History of the Museum of Art and History of Judaism in Paris
History and visit the Museum of Art and History of Judaism in Paris
The Art and History of Judaism Museum is located on the rue du Temple in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris. The opening of the museum was made in 1998. A luxurious mansion: Hotel Saint-Aignan 17th century houses the museum. The building was built by the architect Pierre Le Mute. It is served by the metro station and the Rambuteau Châtelet-les-Halles RER.
The Art and History of Judaism Museum was created in order to know a little more about the Jewish community. It has the function to trace the development of the Jews to their customs and cultures. It is located in the Marais district, an area rich in history of the French capital. This museum is a point of honor to trace the history of the Jews who lived in France, in Europe but also in North Africa. It presents and maintains a large number of objects related to the Jewish community as paintings, sculptures, furniture, textiles, ritual objects, tombstones, objects of daily life, posters, models, newspapers, jewelry, prints, photographs and lithographs. It also has unique documents pertaining to the intellectual life and history of this community, as Modigliani, Chagall, Soutine and Dreyfus. It shows the religion and the Diaspora. It covers several periods of collection from the 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th century. It receives funding from the Ministry of Culture and Communication and the city of Paris for its proper functioning.
The Museum of Art and History of Judaism has several resource centers available to the public as a library, a library, a video library and an auditorium for 198 people. It has spaces for permanent exhibitions, temporary exhibitions and a library. The courtyard of the museum is adorned by a huge statue with Dreyfus with a sword. A presentation of the Dreyfus case was exposed to the museum in 2006. This is a very modern museum with antique and contemporary achievements. The museum has several services, including documentation in foreign languages, educational activities, as well as workshops for adults and children. The presence of an audio guide is included in the entrance fee to the museum and to better learn about the exhibits. The explanations provided by this device are available in several languages including French, German, English, Spanish and Hebrew. The museum is part of the Tourism & Handicap label.
Wheelchairs and baby gates are available to visitors. All areas of the museum are accessible to wheelchair users except the media involving the library, the library and the library that does not yet have a lift. Museum visits can be done in groups or individually. It opens its doors every day of the week except Saturdays, but also during some holidays. There is also a family entitled to discover the Museum of Art and History of Judaism in the family to know a bit more about the museum and the community booklet.
Transfer to the Art and History of Judaism in Paris museum
The Museum of Art and History of Judaism is at a distance of 17.2 km from Orly Airport, 27.9 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 87.4 km from the airport of Beauvais.