The Jewish Gathering 21st-28th July was an enormous success! We were delighted to see so many friends from far and near at the museum. The museum’s cultural programmes were well attended and highly acclaimed. Thanks to all our special guest speakers, artists and performers who made the events such an outstanding experience for all and [...]
The 4th meeting of the reconstituted meeting of the Jewish Historical Society of Ireland took place at the Jewish Museum, Dublin.To coincide with Yom HaShoah, Yanky Fachler – raconteur, motivational speaker and sage presented a talking recall the brief light of hope represented by the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
Some time ago we asked for financial assistance for the restoration and conservation of some of the museum’s most important paintings. As a result of a very generous grant of €3,000 from the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht together with a number of contributions from friends of the museum the paintings have been [...]
The museum will remain closed on the following dates for the Jewish Holidays: Thursday 5th September for Rosh Hashanah, Thursday 19th September for Succoth, Thursday 26th September for Shemeni Atzaret THE IRISH JEWISH MUSEUM WISH ALL FRIENDS AND VISITORS A VERY HAPPY, SWEET NEW YEAR.
Please listen to the story of Ettie Steinberg, the only known Irish citizen to be murdered in Auschwitz The History Show – RTE Radio One Ettie Steinberg on her wedding day
Listen to the story of how these children were brough to Ireland following WW11 RTE Drivetime report by Brian Lally starts 01.12.20 – 01.21.42