Discover the hidden treasures and moving history of Jewish Amsterdam
Stunning synagogues, striking buildings, and impressive memorials grace the streets of Amsterdam’s old Jewish quarter. In the heart of the neighborhood, an area of less than one square kilometer, you’ll find the Jewish Cultural Quarter. Here you can travel back in time to the days of Amsterdam’s Golden Age in the Portuguese Synagogue. Or find out all about the Jewish culture, history and tradition in the Jewish Historical Museum with its Children’s Museum and the moving National Holocaust Memorial – all with just one ticket which is valid for one month.
The unique spots of the Jewish Cultural Quarter offer an off the beaten track experience of Amsterdam. They are near to public transport, a hop-on/hop-off stop for coaches and a landing dock on the nearby Amstel river, making it to fit one or more locations in your itinerary.
Take note: The JCK will be re-opening its doors on Monday 1 June. We look forward immensely to welcoming you back to all of our locations. Our opening times are unchanged, and can be found here. We are following the government’s rules to ensure a safe, responsible re-opening. Visitors can rest assured that it is safe to visit the museum. All info about the re-opening can be found here.
We work together with many (online) FIT providers, DMCs and outbound operators and offer several possibilities for ticket resellers and voucher contracts for group visits.
For more information or bookings please contact our Service & Sales Department
T +31(0)20 5 310 380 (Mon-Fri between 13:00-17:00)
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