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Good documentary on Swedish Jews

The museum opens at 12noon. I went there at 12 on Wednesday and was the only visitor then. The lady... read more

Reviewed 11 February 2016
Hong Kong, China
Great little museum - very informative!

Considering Stockholm doesn't have a large Jewish population, it was nice to see the Jewish museum... read more

Reviewed 13 September 2015
Huntington, New York
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Aug 18, 2016
“Great small museum”
Jul 3, 2016
“Good Museum but Holocaust Exhibition disappointing”
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Reviewed 18 August 2016

Lovely exhibitions and lovely staff. Some really interesting exhibition design with drawers to pull out and a variety of ways to get information. Definitely recommended.

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Reviewed 4 July 2016 via mobile

Although the Museum is a little difficult to locate, a visit is well worth the effort. The Museum is interesting and well organized with explanations in Swedish and English. But the Holocaust Exhibition was a disappointment as all the explanations were in Swedish only. This...More

Thank Paul189852
Reviewed 1 April 2016 via mobile

Small and hard to find but well worth it, English translations are very good. Learn about Swedens relationship with its Jewish citizens past and present. A little overpriced at 80sek each for what took us half an hour to get round.

Thank Rachel P
Reviewed 11 February 2016

The museum opens at 12noon. I went there at 12 on Wednesday and was the only visitor then. The lady in charge offered to play the 30-min video on Jewish history in Sweden right then instead of waiting till 1:30pm. The video has English subtitle...More

Thank sojourner_hk
Reviewed 13 September 2015

Considering Stockholm doesn't have a large Jewish population, it was nice to see the Jewish museum there with a decent collection of items and information. It seems that the purpose of this museum is more to inform non-Jews about the practices and symbols of Judaism,...More

Thank drjeff77
Reviewed 13 August 2015

This museum was showing an excellent documentary movie about the history of Jews in Sweden. Apart from the movie, the museum didn't really have a lot to offer. Some ceremonial objects which seem to have been randomly collected, some biographical displays about Jewish philanthropists with...More

Thank 599Angela
Reviewed 7 May 2015

The museum has only two large rooms, one displaying a wonderful collection of Judaica, with its provenance and background clearly explained in (mostly) both Swedish and English. There is even an infamous yellow star, which European Jews were forced to wear by the Germans. A...More

Thank LoneWidow
Reviewed 18 September 2014

We were intrigued by the thought of a Jewish Museum in Sweden, with such a small Jewish population. The museum is small, too, but the space and the exhibits are designed to beautifully display the history and primary hallmarks of Jewish life in Europe. We...More

Thank Len0re65
Reviewed 15 September 2014

Interesting if you are interested in Judaica. One room and not much else. Hard to get to and then find

Thank Joseph R
Reviewed 12 September 2014

Though this museum isn't on a scale with those in other large cities, the space as been adapted to explain the immigration of Jews to Sweden. The collection is well described and individual pieces and exhibited well. An unusual use of space to give the...More

Thank CharleneSokal
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