In the 17th century, Fürth becam the town with the largest Jewish community in Southern Germany.
The museum features Jewish history and culture in Fürth and Franconia along with its present and future. From the Middle Ages up to the 19th century Jewish communities existed in well over 300 locations in Franconia.
The museum itself ist found in a fromer Jewish 17th century residence directly in the city center. Magnificent stucco ceilings, a sukkah and a ritual bath are unique evidence of this periode.
Questions like "Is ham kosher?", "Can women become rabbis" and "What is actually a ritual bath?" are answered in the museum in a fascinating way.
Throughout the year, there are special exhibitions well worth seeing and events.
|Weekday||Time of day|
|Thursday - Sunday|
10:00 bis 17:00
Adults: 6 Euro
Reduced: 3 Euro
Families: 15 Euro
Children 13 and under: free
All means of public transport until "Rathaus Fürth "
Parking: Parkhaus Contipark Tiefgarage, Königstraße 112-114
Tour booking under firstname.lastname@example.org.
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