Museum Judenplatz

Discount: 2€ on regular admission fee

In its permanent exhibition, the Museum Judenplatz is dedicated to Jewish Vienna in the Middle Ages. The impressive foundations of the medieval synagogue can be seen in the underground rooms of the museum. Exciting temporary exhibitions are also on the programme.

In 2000, the Museum at Judenplatz was opened as a branch of the Jewish Museum Vienna. On the square itself, the city unveiled the solemn Judenplatz Holocaust Memorial: a reinforced concrete cube resembling a library with its volumes turned inside out, designed by British artist Rachel Whiteread.

In 2000, the Museum at Judenplatz was opened as a branch of the Jewish Museum Vienna.
In 2000, the Museum at Judenplatz was opened as a branch of the Jewish Museum Vienna.
In 2000, the Museum at Judenplatz was opened as a branch of the Jewish Museum Vienna.
In 2000, the Museum at Judenplatz was opened as a branch of the Jewish Museum Vienna.

address:
Museum Judenplatz
Judenplatz 8
1010 Wien

opening hours:
Sun – Thu 10am – 6pm
Fri 10am – 2pm (winter time)
Fri 10am – 5pm (summer time)
closed for Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur

contact:
telefon: +43-1-535 04 31
email: info@jmw.at
website: www.jmw.at

connection:
U-Bahn: U1, U3 Stephansplatz,
U-Bahn: U1, U4 Schwedenplatz,
U-Bahn: U3 Herrengasse

fare zone: inner area