Jewish Museum - Jewish tradition and history housed in a building you won't be able to miss! The facade in baby blue with a gray roof and white windows draw attention and you will know that it is a Jewish museum. The Trondheim Jewish Society is located in the same building.
The museum was opened in May 1997 and it was a gift to Trondheim for the 1000th anniversary of the city. It nurtures, preserves, transmits Jewish tradition, history and culture in central and northern Norway. The exhibitions in the museum focus on Jewish history and culture in the northern regions and are divided into three stages, i.e. before, during and after the Second World War. The museum greatly contributes to the preservation of Norwegian-Jewish cultural heritage. It tells a story of how Jewish immigrants integrated and created a place for themselves in society.
The museum cooperates with other museums in Trondheim, locally and nationally. It is supported by the municipality of Trondheim, the district of Trøndelag and the Ministry of Culture, and is a member of the Association of European Jewish Museums (AEJM).
Ticket price for the museum
Regular ticket price: 7 €
Reduced ticket price: 4 €
Free entrance for children up to 6 years
Museum opening hours
from 18 August to 14 June the museum is open only on Sundays, from 12pm to 4pm
from June 15 to August 16 working hours are from Monday to Friday, from 10am to 4pm
Sunday: 12pm to 3pm
Author of the text:
Maja Glavaš, Bachelor with Honours in Communicology. Works in Tourism.
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