Where are we?
The Museum address is 148 Darlinghurst Road, Darlinghurst.
The Museum is minutes from Kings Cross and Oxford Street, vibrant centres of activity for tourists and locals alike. For public transport timetables ring the Transport Info line on 131500 or visit their website. Street parking is limited and ticketed. Parking is available in St Vincent’s Hospital car park.
Monday | 10am – 4pm
Tuesday | 10am – 4pm
Wednesday | 10am – 4pm
Thursday | 10am – 4pm
Friday | Closed
Saturday | Closed
Sunday | 10am – 4pm
The Museum is closed on some Jewish holidays and public holidays. To check specific dates, see below.
- Adult $15
- Senior Concessions $12
- Students $9 (children under 10 enter free)*
- Family $40 (2 adults and 2 students)
- Members enter free
We are accepting Dine and Discover NSW vouchers. They can be used on entry fees and can only be redeemed at the Museum’s ticket desk (not online).
*Due to the sensitive nature of the content in the Holocaust exhibition, we recommend that children no younger than 11 years old attend, and that children are accompanied by an adult at all times.
In line with NSW public health orders, the Museum will reopen to the public with several COVID-19 safety measures. Until further notice, all visitors must show proof of vaccination (or medical exemption) and check in with the Service NSW app upon arrival. Visitors must also wear a fitted face mask during their visit. To check our latest COVID-19 safety updates, click here.
As with many other museums and landmark sites worldwide, The Sydney Jewish Museum has a security presence on entry.
Institutions of culture and history have historically been targets for ideological attacks and disputes. Sadly levels of racism, and antisemitism in particular, are on the rise.
Security checks of handbag and backpacks before entering the Museum is therefore mandatory, ensuring the safety of all our visitors and precious artefacts on display.
Due to current health regulations to stop the spread of COVID-19, there are currently no guided tours of the Museum.
The Museum has launched an app for iPhones on which the voices of Holocaust survivors can be listened to during your visit to the Museum.
If you have an iPhone or iPad, you can download the SJM Voices app here prior to your arrival.
For more details on the app, click here.
Most areas in the Museum are wheelchair accessible. There are rest spots throughout the Museum and accessible toilets are located on the lower ground floor.
For wheelchair assistance, it would be helpful for you to call us prior to your visit on 9360 7999 and we will be able to ensure there is someone available to assist you.
Visit the gift shop for a large range of Judaica and general giftware. Stocks a variety of books, including Holocaust Survivor stories.
Museum members receive 10% discount on most products. Free gift wrapping.
Public and Jewish Holidays 2021-2022
Sunday 26 December – Closed (Boxing Day)
Saturday 1 January – Closed (New Year’s Day)
Friday 15 April – Closed (Good Friday)
Saturday 16 April – Closed (Pesach)
Sunday 17 April – Closed (Pesach)
Friday 22 April – Closed (Pesach)
Saturday 23 April – Closed (Pesach)
Sunday 5 June – Closed (Shavuot)
Monday 6 June – Closed (Shavuot)
Sunday 25 September – Closed after 2pm (eve of Rosh Hashanah)
Monday 26 September – Closed (Rosh Hashanah)
Tuesday 27 September – Closed (Rosh Hashanah)
Tuesday 4 October – Closed after 2pm (eve of Yom Kippur)
Wednesday 5 October – Closed (Yom Kippur)
Monday 10 October – Closed (Succot)
Tuesday 11 October – Closed (Succot)
Monday 17 October – Closed (Shemini Atzeret)
Tuesday 18 October – Closed (Simchat Torah)
Sunday 25 December – Closed (Christmas Day)