Manchester Jewish Museum

Access

We look forward to welcoming you to our new museum in 2021. The museum will be fully accessible wherever possible, and we are committed to making your visit as accessible as possible.

Physical Access

design of the Manchester Jewish Museum extension by Citizens Design Bureau

Manchester Jewish Museum will be reopening on Friday 2 July. We will be open seven days a week and tickets for general admission will go on sale in May.

Manchester Jewish Museum
190 Cheetham Hill Road
Manchester M8 8LW

We’re making our museum more accessible with what3words. Find the precise location of the entrance at map.w3w.co/pills.legal.dent
This 3 word address corresponds to an exact location within a 3m accuracy. Tap the link or search “pills.legal.dent” in the What3Words app to find us.

Our new building includes step free access to the entrance via a ramp, a lift to the first floor, level access throughout the ground floor and accessible gender neutral toilets.

There is a hearing induction loop in our atrium, gallery, learning studio and kitchen, and the ground floor of our synagogue.

There is free parking on all streets around the museum. Blue badge holders can park for up to three hours on any single or double yellow line so long as you aren’t blocking any access to loading areas. For further information on  disabled parking visit the Manchester City Council website.

If you have any access queries please email us at admin@manchesterjewishmuseum.com

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Digital Access

Our website has been designed to be as accessible as possible.

The hovering blue icon (shown below) enables you to amend the website. There is a screen reader and you can adjust settings such as size of text, contrast and spacing.

If you have any access queries please contact us here.

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