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The Jewish Museum in Prague, founded in 1906, is one of the most visited monuments in Prague. During the Nazi occupation, objects from the liquidated Jewish communities whose owners were murdered were collected in the museum’s buildings. Due to this cruel fate, the museum’s collections number 40,000 unique objects and 130,000 rare volumes, making it one of the most important Jewish museums in the world. The historic buildings of the museum are located in the grounds of the preserved part of the former Jewish Town in the city centre and are within comfortable walking distance of each other. These include: Old New Synagogue, Maisel Synagogue, Spanish Synagogue, Klaus Synagogue, Ceremonial Hall, Pinkas Synagogue, Old Jewish Cemetery and Robert Guttmann Gallery. The monuments are open to the public all year round, except on Saturdays and other Jewish holidays.

You can get a one-time ticket to all the buildings of the Prague Jewish Town at the ticket office of the Information and Reservation Centre or at the Pinkas Synagogue, Klaus Synagogue, Maisel Synagogue (Sundays only), Spanish Synagogue and High Synagogue. Don’t forget to keep your ticket!

Maiselova 15
110 00 Praha 1
Nearest stop
BUS Pařížská
BUS, METRO, TRAM Staroměstská
Opening hours
according to the selected experience
(synagogues close one hour before the Shabbat)
Sat closed
Admission price list
Regular admission
with the Prague Visitor Pass
Visual Arts, Exhibition, Collections, Cemetery, Jewish Monuments, Religious Monuments, Franz Kafka
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