The Jewish Museum of Australia is OPEN!


Opening hours
Tuesday—Friday: 10:00am—5:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am—5:00pm

What’s On

Temporary exhibitions
Friday 10 May—Sunday 01 September 2024
Andrew Rogers: Where We Are

Thursday 29 February–Sunday 02 June 2024
Instructions for Mending the World by Harry Nankin

Thursday 29 February–Sunday 09 June 2024
Hana & Child by Nina Sanadze 

Explore our newly updated permanent exhibitions, including Belief and Ritual, Calling Australia Home, Evolving Identities, Timeline of Jewish History and The Jewish Year.

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View our Terms and Conditions and Terms of Entry.

Contact us
Phone: (03) 8534 3600

Street address
We are located at 26 Alma Road St Kilda VIC 3182, a two-minute walk from tram stop 32 on St Kilda Rd (Routes 3 or 67). Please forward all mail to PO Box 117, St Kilda VIC 3182.

Due to the age and restrictions that exist within our building, some parts of our venue have limited access. These areas include the front entrance and our lift. Access to the front entrance of the Museum and the first-floor exhibition spaces may not be possible for some visitors.

Click here to view information about the accessibility of the Museum.

Admission fees

JMA Member

General Adult

Senior Concession

Student (any age)

Carer or Companion

Family (2 Adults & 2 Students)

Children under 10

JMA is open on the following 2024 public holidays:
Tuesday 05 November – Melbourne Cup Day

JMA is closed on the following 2024 public holidays &
Jewish holy days:

Monday 10 June – Monarch’s Birthday
Wednesday 12 June – First Day Shavuot
Thursday 13 June – Second Day Shavuot
Friday 27 September – Grand Final Holiday
Thursday 03 October – First Day Rosh Hashanah
Thursday 04 October – Second Day Rosh Hashanah
Saturday 12 October – Yom Kippur
Thursday 17 October – First Day Sukkot
Friday 18 October – Second Day Sukkot
Thursday 24 October – Shemini Atzeret
Friday 25 October – Simchat Torah
Wednesday 25 December – Christmas Day
Thursday 26 December – Boxing Day