HELP FOR UKRAINIAN REFUGEES
The Jewish Museum in Prague will provide Ukrainian refugees with free access to its exhibitions, and the Jewish Community of Prague will give them free access to the Old-New Synagogue (Altneuschul). Entry tickets can be picked up at the museum’s Information and Reservation Centre, Maiselova 15, Prague 1–Josefov.
Єврейський музей у Празі пропонує безкоштовний вхід у свої будівлі квитки можна отримати в: інформаційному центрі, Maiselova 15, Прага 1 – Йозефов.
EVACUATION OF COLLECTIONS FROM UKRAINE
The Jewish Museum in Prague is prepared to help safeguard Ukrainian museum collections. In response to an appeal received through the Association of Museums and Galleries in the Czech Republic, we have offered to provide expert curatorial assistance (especially with Judaica) and assistance in handling collection objects, should Ukrainian collections be transferred to the Czech Republic.
THE JEWISH MUSEUM IN PRAGUE IS TURNING TO THE PUBLIC FOR HELP
STAY IN TOUCH THROUGH OUR DIGITAL CHANNELS
- have a look around our venues and permanent exhibitions:
Klausen Synagogue - Ceremonial Hall - Maisel Synagogue - Pinkas Synagogue - Spanish Synagogue - Old Jewish Cemetery
- check out our on-line exhibitions
- watch a documentary about the Jewish Museum in Prague
- browse our on-line collections catalogue
- take a journey behind the scenes - visit our restoration workshops and library
- read a flipbook about our planned new permanent exhibition Friedl's Cabinet: Children's drawings from Ghetto Theresienstadt
You can buy from JMP e-shop
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