Education is at the core of the Irish Jewish Museum’s goals. Every effort is made through the various aspects of our education programme to reach a wide and diverse audience and to share the unique culture of Irish Jewish history, for more information on these see our
We also cater a number of services specifically to school groups. We ideally cater for smaller groups of students, that way we can better address any of their queries during their visit. For more information on how to book your school visit as well as deciding what areas you would like us to cover during your visit, you will find all the information here
The museum considers it of utmost importance to teach awareness of the Holocaust and to foster tolerance and acceptance in a multi-cultural society. Events concerning the Holocaust take place on a regular basis and is hoped to expand the treatment of the Holocaust with the development of the museum.
We have put together some information to help those of you trying to teach or research Judaism and to answer some of the most commonly asked questions about Judaism. You can find out about Jewish festivals, worshiping at synagogue and observing Jewish rituals at home.