The Wolfson Museum of Jewish Art is located in the heart of Jerusalem in the landmark building of Hechal Shlomo. It's permanent and temporary exhibitions on Jewish identity and Jewish culture include topics such as Judaica and heritage, Jewish identity and symbols, the cultural history and the importance of the artifact in Israeli culture.
The museum's collection includes objects ranging from the time of the Second Temple to the present, from communities from all over the world.
In addition to the museum, a visit to Hechal Shlomo may include the "Renanim Synagogue" with an 18th century Italian Ark and its stained glass windows, a temporary exhibition gallery of contemporary Israeli art and a breathtaking panoramic view of Jerusalem and surrounding hills from its roof.
Sunday – Thursday, 9:00 am – 15:00 pm
Flexible Hours for pre-booked guided tours
For more information:
58 King George St., Jerusalem