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Tue-Sat 12-5 pm, Sun 10-5 pm
Since 1.7.2002 the responsible body for this museum and the cultural centre is the 'Stiftung Schleswig-Holsteinische Landesmuseen Schloss Gottorf' (Schloss Gottorf regional museums of Schleswig-Holstein foundation). These two institutions are housed in the completely preserved buildings of the former Jewish community in Rendsburg since 1985/1988: in the synagogue with the ritual bath from 1845 (Dr.-Bamberger-Haus) and the Talmud-Tora School (Jüdisches Museum Rendsburg). In 1991 an annexe at the yard side was added (Julius-Magnus-Haus). The buildings have the names of Rendsburg citizens who were persecuted and driven into suicide because they were Jewish: the physician Dr. Ernst Bamberger and the alderman Julius Magnus.Collections: works by persecuted Jewish artists (permanent exhibition of the 'Stiftung Schleswig-Holsteinische Landesmuseen Schloß Gottorf'); presentation on Jews in Schleswig-Holstein; religious life.Special exhibitions on Jewish history / cultural history and on Jewish artists regularly.
Adults 5,- €, reduced 3,- €
Families 11,- €
Sundays free admission!
Groups with 20 and more persons 3,- € per person
School classes 1,- € per person
Guided tours 45,- € plus admission
For information on the educational services for school groups and other groups, please contact the Museum by phone or e-mail. email@example.com, +49/4331/44043-0.
Arriving by car
The train station is close to the museum