The Jewish Museum of Australia: Gandel Centre for Judaica has been located at 26 Alma Road for over 20 years. Nestled within the residential area of St Kilda, the building was originally an office block that was converted and extended to showcase the museum and its collection of over 20,000 items.
At the museum, Jewish life is illuminated. At the intersection of art and Jewish culture, the museum is a place for all people to share in the Australian Jewish experience. Through a vibrant calendar of onsite and online experiences and events, the Jewish Museum is recognised as one of Australia’s leading community museums.
Celebrating global Jewish excellence and everydayness through an Australian prism, the museum inspires curiosity, conversation and play with engagement and connection at its heart. Guided by a strong belief in the power of museums to change lives, the curatorial team creates world-class exhibitions and programs that convey the stories of our diverse community and enhance social cohesion.
Behind-the-Scenes with the Curator talks and Exploring the Museum tours.
Images: (1) Jewish Museum of Australia: Gandel Centre for Judaica. Photo: courtesy of Jewish Museum of Australia.; (2) A guided tour of the Jewish Museum of Australia. Photo: courtesy of Jewish Museum of Australia.
Time & Date
Sunday July 30
Open access 10am-5pm
Behind-the-scenes talks run 10am + 1pm
Running for 15 minutes
Explore the Museum tours run 11am + 2pm
Running for 60 minutes
First release tickets: Thursday 6 July, 12pm
Second release tickets: Saturday 8 July, 10am
Partially wheelchair accessible, Accessible bathroom, Elevator access
26 Alma Rd, St Kilda 3182