Jewish Military Museum

Visitor at Jewish Military Museum
Shield House,
Harmony Way,
off Victoria Road,

Opening Times:
Mon to Thurs - 10.00am to 4.00pm
Fri and Sat - Closed
Sun - open for groups by appointment

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The Jewish Military Museum promotes an understanding and appreciation of the contribution made by British Jews to the Armed Forces of the Crown.

The Museum's vast collection documents and offers up fascinating evidence of the patriotic contribution given by Jewish men and women, who fought in so many of the major conflicts in British military history.

Contact Details:
Niki Goorney, Education Officer, Email:
Tel: 020 8201 5656

Learning Programmes:
We have well established education programmes featuring in-school activities and visits to the museum.

Please contact us for more information about our programmes or to discuss a tailor made session to meet your specific requirements.

A Teacher Information Pack (Primary) is available to help you get the most out of your visit.

Both our in-school sessions and visits to the museum complement WWI and WWII studies within the History Curriculum - KS1, 2 and 3.
Sessions are designed to include elements of Citizenship, Literacy, Listening Skills, Religious Education, Geography, Art and Textiles.

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