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129 Albert Street, Camden Town, NW1
Nearest Tube: Camden Town
London's Jewish Museum is widely acknowledged as one of Britain's most outstanding museums.
It was founded in Woburn House, Tavistock Square in 1932 in order to educate people about Jewish history, religion and culture in Britain and abroad. The museum was moved to the present site in Camden Town in 1994.
Some of the more noteworthy exhibits include a 16th century Italian Synagogue Ark, Hanukkah lamps and beautiful silver Torah bells.
The Jewish Museum is open every day except for Fridays and Saturdays, 10am-4pm.
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