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Hours
  • Sunday — Thursday: noon — 10 p.m. (last entry: 9 p.m.)
  • Friday: 10 a.m. — 3 p.m. (last entry: 2 p.m.)
  • Closed: Saturday and Jewish holidays
  • Buy tickets
Contacts
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The Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center is committed to the principles of accessibility and equality opportunities for all audiences of visitors. In this section you can find necessary information to make your visit to the museum comfortable

Deaf, hard of hearing, blind and visually impaired visitors
The Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center regularly conducts excursions for deaf, hard of hearing, blind and visually impaired visitors. Excursions are available using tactile models and accompanied by textual comments.

Visitors with special needs of mental development
For visitors with mental disabilities, the museum has developed adaptive excursion routes and master classes for adults and children. During your visit visitors with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) to the museum if necessary can use a sensory bag. Bag filled with first aid supplies for removal alarms (anti-noise headphones or earplugs, soft balls, antibacterial wipes).

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SENSORY SAFETY CARD

The sensory safety card is intended for people with reduced or increased sensory sensitivity, as well as for anyone for whom it is important to plan a visit to the museum, taking into account the features of the space. For your convenience, the map shows factors that can have a significant impact - sounds, light, number of visitors. By switching buttons with types of factors, you can build the most comfortable route: without harsh sounds, bright lights, and avoid the room with sensitive and traumatic materials. To facilitate contact with the museum environment, the rooms on the map are divided by color into levels with minimal, moderate and possibly high sensory input. The halls and spaces of the museum are zoned freely to allow an unobstructed individual route through the common space.

Sensory load levels
  • low
  • middle
  • high
  • Noise/sounds
  • Crowded areas
  • Bright lights/video screens
Museum map 1st floor
Permanent exhibition (1-12)
  1. 4D Cinema: Start of the Permanent Exhibition
  2. Migrations: Jewish Diaspora
  3. Shtetl: A Jewish COMMUNITY
  4. Judaism: A Living Religion
  5. Origins of Jewish Identity in Russia
  6. Cities and Beyond
  7. War and Revolution
  8. Soviet Union: 1922–1941
  1. The Holocaust and the Great Patriotic War
  2. Hall of Memory
  3. After the War
  4. From Perestroika to the Present Day
  5. Tolerance Center
  6. Mezzanine
  7. Space for Temporary Exhibitions
  8. Children’s Center
  1. Classroom 1, 2, 3
  2. Screening Room
  3. Research Center Library
  4. Schneerson Library
  5. Garret
  6. Amphitheater
  7. Lift
  8. Museum Shop
  1. Café Rishon
  2. Information Desk
  3. Ticket Office
  4. Cloakroom
  5. Lockers
Museum map 2st floor

CONTACTS

  • E-mail: access@jewish-museum.ru
  • Phone: +7 (495) 645‑05‑50, ext. 179
  • Our address:
    Moscow, st. Obraztsova, 11, building 1A (entrance from Novosuschevsky Lane)
  • Schedule: Sunday - Thursday: 12:00 - 20:00 / Friday: 10:00 - 15:00 Saturday and Jewish holidays: closed Sunday - Thursday: 12:00 - 20:00 / Friday: 10:00 - 15:00 Saturday and Jewish holidays: closed
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