The main purpose of the Sydney Jewish Museum is to document and educate on the history of the dark period of the Holocaust. The museum offers visitors the chance to explore this period of history and the events surrounding it.
This dignified and moving environment features audiovisual displays of those affected and the impact it had, as well as images and artefacts from the area. It presents visitors with an overview of the best and worst of humanity and challenges the perceptions of democracy, morality, social justice and human rights.
The museum also documents Jewish life in Australia from the arrival of the First Fleet until the present time.
Browse the unique range of gifts in the Museum Gift Shop, or dine on Jewish delicacies in the Kosher Café.