Sydney Jewish Museum
The Sydney Jewish Museum is “dedicated to documenting and teaching the history of the Holocaust so that these events will never be repeated.” The Museum, opened in 1994, is on the forefront of educating Australia’s youth about Jewish culture and the devastation caused by the evil events of the Holocaust. However, from this tragic story of human suffering come stories of survival and human spirit, which are underpinned by family and community love.
With permanent and temporary exhibitions promising to captivate and educate every visitor, the Sydney Jewish Museum is a stoic testament to the continual perseverance of Jews despite the incomprehensible injustice in their past.
Sydney Jewish Museum
148 Darlinghurst Rd,
Sunday – Thursday: 10am-4pm
Friday: 10am – 2pm
Adult: $10; Concession/Senior/Child: $7
Who should go: All ages wishing to learn more about Jewish history and Australian Jewish history in particular.
How to get there: Buses 311, 389, 380-382, 370s-390s all service this area. Street parking is limited but available. The museum is a five minute walk from Kings Cross train station.
Look below for a list of events and activities happening around the Sydney Jewish Museum.
Ratings & Reviews
Sydney Jewish Museum - Open / Closed
- SUN open
- MON open
- TUE open
- WED open
- THU open
- FRI open
- SAT closed
Upcoming Events & What's On around Sydney Jewish Museum
Thursday, 2 November Oxford Art FactoryDarlinghurst
Sydney's own TONIGHT ALIVE are heading home and to celebrate they've announced a very special Australian headline tour. Kicking off on October 31 a... more
Friday, 3 November Oxford Art FactoryDarlinghurst
Supported by Broadway Sounds and Love Deluxe. Hailed as "the best up-and-coming live band in Australia" by triple j, electro-supergroup Confidence... more
3 Nov to 4 Nov Oxford Art FactoryDarlinghurst
Heart Beach (Hobart, Tasmania) are playing at the OAF Gallery, in Sydney on the 3rd of November 2017 as part of their Australian Tour. Supported by... more
Saturday, 4 November Oxford Art FactoryDarlinghurst
Indie newcomer Rya Park has unleashed her eerie debut single “Billy”, ahead of her highly anticipated debut EP. To launch the single, she will be ... more
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