Judiska Museet


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Across the street from Vasaparken, this small museum contains venerable religious objects and a permanant exhibit on the Holocaust. A Torah, an 18th-century menorah and a variety of yarmulkes (skullcaps) are displayed, plus a wooden Mizrach plaque from the first synagogue in Stockholm, dating from 1795. The museum's temporary exhibitions can be quite good, so it's worth checking what's on.

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Judiska Museet details

Hälsingegatan 2

Area Stockholm

Transport T-bana Odenplan/bus 4, 42, 47, 53, 72.

Telephone 31 01 43

Judiska Museet website

Open noon-4pm Mon-Fri, Sun.

Admission 50kr; 20kr-40kr concessions; free under-12s. Guided tours 1.30pm Wed, Sun. Free with SC.

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