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Virtual Tour of Jewish Museum London

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Date(s) - Wednesday, September 23rd
12:00 pm CDT - 1:00 pm CDT

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Jewish Museum Milwaukee is proud to present GLOBAL MUSEUM PASSPORT: Virtual Home Edition

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Travel to exciting destinations and visit venues around the world from the comfort of your couch with Jewish Museum Milwaukee’s new online adventure series, ‘Global Museum Passport: Virtual Home Edition’. Partnering with international colleagues, we will journey to different countries each month to tour special exhibitions, traverse historical sites, and view collection highlights. From Poland to the UK and Russia to Israel, expert staff will share their knowledge and insights, guiding you through unique museum experiences and bringing a distinctive dimensionality to your virtual excursions.

Virtual Tour of Jewish Museum London

dsc0801-version-2Join Engagement Officer, Emma Crew and discover the history of Jews in Britain from 1066, a history defined by migrations and journeys. From a mikveh telling the story of the medieval Jewish community in the UK to photographs belonging to children who escaped Nazi Germany on the Kindertransport. This virtual tour will explore the Jewish peoples many periods of migration.

This program will be shown via Zoom, please register to receive the full login information.

– Museum Members FREE
– Nonmembers $10 | BECOME A MEMBER AND SAVE

REGISTER HERE


About Jewish Museum London

Jewish Museum London is a museum that tells the story of the history and heritage of Jews in Britain through universal themes of migration, family, faith and culture. The Museum exists for all people from all backgrounds and celebrates diversity in all its forms.

The mission of Jewish Museum London is to surprise, delight and engage all people, irrespective of background and faith, in the history, identity and culture of Jews in Britain. Their exhibitions, events and learning programs encourage a sense of discovery and aim to provoke questions, challenge prejudice, and encourage understanding.

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