Feb 13, 2014 · 6:15 PM
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Come along on Thursday 13th February for a late night visit to the Jewish Museum.
About the museum
The museum which was founded in 1932 and is about Jewish life and art in London.
Some of the objects it holds includes the notable Lindo lamp an early example of a British Menorah (Hanukkah). The Museum's Holocaust Gallery is made up of items and filmed survivor testimony from Leon Greenman, who was one of the few British subjects to be interned in the death camps section at Auschwitz.
The museum also has exhibitions recounting the history of Jewish life in England, supported by a diverse collection of objects. There are also collections of paintings, prints and drawings, and an archive of photographs from the 1900s to the 1940s.
Entry cost is £3.50 per person, payable on the day (free entry for Art Fund cardholders). The visit is self guiding.
If you can't see us outside HSBC Bank, please call or text.
Afterwards, we will head to a local pub to chat over a drink.
Lookout for the group sign:
Look forward to seeing you there!
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