PLEASE NOTE THE MUSEUM WILL BE CLOSED FROM 1st JULY 2019 AND WILL RE-OPEN IN 2021.
This is to allow for a major building and restoration project – more details.
During the temporary closure there will be a pop-up Manchester Jewish Museum in Manchester Central Library (Lower Ground Floor).
OPENING TIMES (valid to 30th June 2019)
We’re open 6 days a week – Sun-Thurs (10am-4pm) and Fri (10am-1pm)
We’re closed Saturdays and Bank Holidays
Manchester Jewish Museum, 190 Cheetham Hill Road, Manchester, M8 8LW (10 minutes walk from Manchester Victoria Station and next to Manchester Fort Shopping Centre)
T: 0161 834 9879 / E: email@example.com
By Train or Metrolink Get a train or tram to Manchester Victoria station. From the station, walk out on to Corporation Street (follow the tramlines out of the station on to the main road) and follow “By Bus from City Centre” directions (see below) By Bus from Manchester City Centre Walk to the bus stop NS on Corporation Street: Corporation Street starts from the bottom of Market Street and runs past Exchange Square (with the fountain), passing the Printworks on your right. Continue alongside Victoria Station until you see the bus stop NS. You need to alight at the Cheetham Hill Road/Broughton Street stop which is served by the 89 which will show Manchester Piccadilly and the 135 to Whitefield/Bury. By Car From clockwise on Manchester’s Inner Ring Road (A6042 – Trinity Way), pass the Manchester Arena on your right and bear left on to the A665. The Museum is located a short distance up the A665 (Cheetham Hill Road) at the junction with Broughton Street. Parking Free on-street parking is available around the Museum building. Visitors are also permitted to use the free car park at the Manchester Fort shopping centre, a 3 minute walk from the Museum.
The museum provides ramped access towards the side of the building. Unfortunately only the ground floor of the building is wheelchair accessible. This includes the main synagogue area and the temporary exhibition gallery. The permanent exhibition is not accessible to wheelchair users but an audio guide of this area can be provided. We can also provide large print versions of our general information sheets.
There are two unisex public toilets located on the ground floor, one in the entrance area and the other in the temporary exhibition area. One toilet is fitted with horizontal grab rail. The toilet is 111cm by 160 cm so wheelchair access may be difficult. The width of the door is 74cm wide. The height of the toilet from the floor is 45cm. The floor is tiled. The sink has a standard cold water tap and hot water is provided through a water heater.