The history of the Jewish faith is catalogued in this former synagogue, whose main hall still hosts religious services
Located in a former Spanish and Portuguese synagogue that dates back to 1874, Manchester Jewish Museum remains a place of worship. Upstairs, the former ladies gallery catalogues the history of Jews in Manchester over the last 200 years.
There are events throughout the year, from walking tours to heritage days, and a learning programme for schools attempts to bring the Jewish faith, culture and heritage alive for younger people.
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190 Cheetham Hill Road