The Jewish Museum in Finchley is based within the Sternberg Centre For Judaism, a vibrant community centre.
The Finchley site houses the museum's social history collections and seeks to present the history of Jewish immigration and settlement in London from the Norman Conquest onwards.
The collection includes an oral history archive with some 400 tape-recorded memories, a photographic archive with over 10,000 images and a wide range of documents and artifacts reflecting the diverse roots and heritage of Jews in Britain. The social history displays include reconstructions of a cabinet making workshop and an East End tailoring workshop.
Monday to Thursday from 10.30am until 5 pm.
Sunday from 10.30 am until 4.30pm.
Closed Friday, Saturday, Jewish Festivals, Public Holidays and Sundays throughout August.
80 East End Road
+44 (0)20 8349 1143
Nearest Tube / Rail Station
13, 82, 112, 143, 260
Wheelchair access and disabled toilet facilities are available.