The main aim of the Museum of Jewish History is to conserve and spread the history of Jewish communities in Catalonia. Throughout the middle ages, these communities played a decisive role in the historical, cultural and scientific development of the country. The explanations offered in the museum are illustrated by examples from the history of the Jewish community in Girona. These documental, archaeological and iconographic examples present an overview of Jewish ways of life in medieval Catalonia.
General admission (€4,00)
Concessions (€2,00): Holders of Carnet Jove or student cards, GEiEG holders, pensioners, persons registered as unemployed in Spain, youth hostellers, foreign teachers with relevant ID, tourist parties with advance bookings, groups of university students or secondary school pupils aged 15 or over, tourist bus passengers (on presentation of relevant coupon), Girona Walks participants, large family card-holders, with stamped GironaMuseus card, Club Girona Cultura card and Sefarad Card.
Free entry: children under 14, Spanish school groups accompanied by teachers, holders of disability card (one companion will also have free admission when this is indicated on the disability card), ICOM or Association of Museologists of Catalonia card-holders, Consorci per a la normalització lingüística, Voluntariat per la llengua participants, Club Girona Cultura card -Girona citizens 16-25 years old-, Club Super 3), teachers working in Spain, accredited journalists, official tourist guides and travel agents.
September to June: Tuesday to Saturday, from 10 am to 6 pm; Mondays, Sundays and Bank Holidays, 24 and 31 December, from 10 am to 2 pm
July and August: Monday to Saturday, from 10 am to 7 pm; Sundays and bank holidays from 10 am to 2 pm
Closed: 25 and 26 December; 1 and 6 January
Last entry to the museum: 30 minutes before closing time.
Groups: reservation required