Via Catalana (Largo 16 Ottobre 1943). Opening hours: Sunday-Thursday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. (last admission at 4.15); Friday 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. (ast admission at 13.15). Closed on Saturdays and during the Jewish Holidays (calendar available www.museoebraico.roma.it). Admission: full €11, €8 for groups of at least 20 people (free for the guide). The ticket to the Museum includes a visit to the Tempio Maggiore and audio guide (available in English, Jewish, Spanish, German, Russian and French). The guided visits at the Synagogue are available every hours in English and Italian and are included in the ticket. Information and reservations: Tel. 0668400661 – email@example.com
Hold in the monumental complex of the Tempio Maggiore, the Jewish Museum of Rome unfolds a magnificent collection that dates back especially to the centuries of the Ghetto of Rome (1555-1870).
The exhibition route develops along 7 halls: the last one which has been inaugurated is dedicated to Libyan Judaism and the history of the 4,000 Jews who fled from Tripoli to Rome in 1967.
The permanent exhibition includes a video with the reconstruction of the ancient Ostia Synagogue, an interactive partner of the ghetto of Rome. Thanks to the historical reproductions and the reconstructed three-dimensional model, visitors can walk through the alleys and streets of one of the most unique and dense places in the history of the city of Rome.