Manchester Jewish Museum

Architecture-inspired baking
Stained Glass Cookies



Manchester Jewish Museum Learning Kitchen


£6 full, £5 concessions, £4 children (tickets include general admission)

Bring a sprinkle of colour and pattern to your autumn with our Sunday baking activities!

Take inspiration from the beautiful patterns and shapes in our synagogue windows and bake your own tasty stained-glass window cookies. There will also be a chance to look around the museum and our newly restored Synagogue and discover more about the symbols, stories, shapes and colours in its beautiful stained-glass windows.

Our baking workshops are open to children and adults alike and are inspired by Jewish recipes or the museum’s collections. Bring a friend, your family or even a date and enjoy baking together in our new learning kitchen.

No experience necessary – perfect for baking beginners. You even get to take home what you bake! (or you can buy your own treats from our café).

What you need to know

Designed for ages 6+ but all ages welcome – perfect for friends, families and even dates! Children must be supervised.

Tickets include general admission to the museum.

Tickets should be booked in advance so we can safely manage distancing and capacity.

If you have any allergies please email in advance.

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