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Jewish Museum and Synagogue

Visit one of the most dominat Jewish Museum and Synagogue and take advantage of FREE ENTRY with your Florence City pass – save € 6.50

The big synagogue of Florence was consecrated in 1882 just a few years after the emancipation of the Italian Jews in 1861. The synagogue is known as one of the most important examples for the exotic Moorish style in Europe. Many frescos on the wall, soft lightning shining through the glass windows and beautiful mosaic make the interior such a special highlight of the synagogue. Visitors can also take a look at the Museo Ebraico which was founded in 1981 and extended in 2007. Two floors portray a great collection of Jewish art. Pieces of silver and other important things from the old synagogues of the Florentine Jewish ghetto can be found in the museum as well as the history of Jewish culture in Florence displayed with pictures and documents.
Do not miss the opportunity to visit the synagogue and the Jewish museum and get free entrance with your Florence City Pass.

Opening hours Jewish museum and Synagogue

June to September
Sunday to Thursday 10 a.m. - 6.30 p.m.
Friday 10 am - 5 pm
the ticket office closes 45 minutes earlier 

from October to May
Sunday to Thursday 10.00 a.m. - 5.30 p.m.
Friday 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
The ticket office closes 45 minutes earlier

Admission fee Jewish museum and Synagogue

Adults: 6.50€
Children older than 7 years, students: 5€
Children under 6 years: free entrance 

With your Florence City Pass you profit from free entrance because your ticket to the Jewish Museum and the Synagogue is already included in your Pass.

Address Jewish museum and Synagogue

Via Luigi Carlo Farini 6
50121 Firenze 

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Directions Jewish museum and Synagogue

Bus lines: 6, 8, 14, 19, 23, 31
FA, FB, IC, ICN, REG, RV Station: Firence Campo die Marte 

You can reach the Jewish Museum and the Synagogue easily with the public transportation. Many bus lines and trains stop near the museum so it is just a little walk to reach the museum.

Special conditions of use Jewish museum and Synagogue

Please note that the museum and the synagogue are closed in Saturdays and on Jewish holiday and cannot be visited. 

Highlights Jewish museum and Synagogue

  • The second biggest, beautiful and dominant chapel in Florence
  • example of the exotic moorish style 
  • stunning interior 
  • visitors can see museum as well as synagogue 
  • big collection of Jewish art 

Near Jewish museum and Synagogue

  • Chiesa Di Sant’Ambrogio 
  • Sala Capitolare di Santa Maria Maddalena dei Pazzi 
  • Possibilities for shopping 
  • Restaurants and Bars 

With the Florence City Pass you have free entrance into this but in many other museums of Florence. 

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