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BosBcnBlq wrote a review Aug 2020
Bologna, Italy10 contributions20 helpful votes
We visited the Jewish Museum of Bologna after seeing in on the Top 5 List of things to do In Bologna on Forbes.com. To enter, make sure to ring the Buzzer and the gate will open. The museum is relatively small and has a small rotating staff, but houses a lot of information! It is housed in two buildings with the main entrance on the right hand side after entering the alcove. They house rotating exhibitions and work with other cultural events going on in Bologna. The Museum shows the history of the Jewish Diaspora and history of Italian Jews in Bologna and Emilia-Romagna. There is also lots of info on the unique recipes and culinary traditions of Italian Jews. Furthermore, there is tiny bookshop that though small in size, may be one of the biggest Jewish themed book collections in Italy. We have since gone back multiple times and always learn something new!
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Date of experience: May 2020
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HCornell wrote a review Oct 2019
Harrogate, United Kingdom168 contributions64 helpful votes
I was glad I visited this small, and almost out of the way, museum with its interesting history Half and hour will complete the visit It was expensive for what you got 7 euro in comparison to 7.50 E for the Vivaldi exhibition which was absolutely incredible . If you are a music lover and visiting Bologna soon both are well worth a visit. Having visited the history museum first, which again was amazing, you get a discounted ticket for the Vivaldi
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Date of experience: October 2019
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JML02118 wrote a review Sep 2019
Boston, Massachusetts188 contributions20 helpful votes
Have to ring the buzzer to get in, The museum is very small and only has one room about the Jewish history of Bologna/Emilia-Romagna
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Date of experience: September 2019
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kernpanik wrote a review Sep 2019
Berlin, Germany75 contributions52 helpful votes
This is a museum with a rather small number of exhibits. The focus is on information, presented on boards and screens. Parts of the information are presented only in Italian, but most are in English as well. The man at the entrance informed me about all of this before selling me a ticket, so that I wouldn't be disappointed afterwards. And I wasn't, because the museum provides a lot of interesting information about Jewish life in Bologna and Italy in general. Therefore, the visit increased my knowledge and understanding of Jewish history in Europe, and I can recommend visiting the museum to everyone who wants to achieve the same.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Mikael F wrote a review Jul 2019
Vantaa, Finland17,659 contributions939 helpful votes
This museum is a relatively new museum and quite small. It can be hard to find from the former Jewish Ghetto area. Luckily, the area is not very big. The permanent exhibition tells about the 4000-year history of the Jewish identity from its origins to modern times.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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