The jewish quarter
On the occasion of Remembrance Day, the Jewish Museum of Rome hosts the sketch created in 1949 by Mirko Basaldella for the internal gate of the Fosse Ardeatine.The large drawing (cm.181x291, copying pencil on lined paper), is a dense tangle of lines full of tension...
On the 50th anniversary of the arrival of the Libyan Jews in Rome, the new Libyan Judaism Hall becomes an integral part of the permanent exhibition itinerary.
Italians of the Jewish race. The anti-Semitic laws of 1938 and the Jews of Rome.An excursus that goes from post-ghetto emancipation to the Nazi occupation: eighty years after the enactment of the Italian anti-Jewish laws, the exhibition tells the historical events...
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It is the room dedicated to the events that mark the time of Judaism: prayer, the Sabbath, the annual Jewish holidays and the cycle of life. In each showcase the recurrences of the calendar that characterize the life of the Jews are explained and represented through...
Silver, precious fabrics and polychrome marbles: the room is a tribute to the objects that the Jews of the ghetto donated to their synagogues and the occasion to explain their use within the liturgical celebrations of the Jewish tradition.
Language and cuisine, urban space and architecture, education and assistance bodies: everyday life in the ghetto in Rome narrated through objects and documents.
For individual visitors booking is not compulsory, but required only if you wish to visit the Museum and the Synagogue with a private tour.
The Jewish Museum organizes two daily tours of the Jewish Quarter: the tour in English takes place at 1.30pm and the tour in Italian at 3.00pm. Visits can be booked on our website site, up to 30 minutes before the tour starts at Museum ticket hall.