The Jewish Museum of Australia is currently showing several permanent exhibitions.
General admission to the Museum, which includes the permanent exhibitions and Museum shop is free.
When is the Museum open?
The Museum opens Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday from 10am–5pm.
What is the cost of a CHAGALL ticket?
Concession (student, pensioners, seniors & healthcare-card holders): $20
Youth (7—17 years): $10
Family (two adults and up to three children 17 years and under): $55
Companion Card: (ticket for companion card holder and companion. Please show companion card on arrival): $20
Adult Member: $22.50
Concession Member (student, pensioners, seniors & healthcare-card holders): $18
Family Member (two adults and up to three children 17 years and under): $49.50
Adult Group (minimum of 10 tickets to be purchased to receive the group discount rate): $22.50
Concession Group (minimum of 10 tickets to be purchased to receive the group discount rate): $18
Child (6 years and under): Free.
How is the Museum staying COVID-Safe?
With your health and safety still at the forefront of our minds we are continuing to host timed bookings and entry into our galleries and spaces. Please rest assured that should you feel any COVID-like symptoms or otherwise feel ill, a full refund will be given to you for your entry to our exhibition, program or courses.
Please read our COVIDsafe Protocols for more information about how we are keeping you safe.
Do you take cash?
We prefer cashless payments where possible.
Do I qualify for a concession ticket?
If you hold a seniors card, pension card, a student concession card or a low income healthcare card, you qualify for a concession ticket.
I have a Carers Card or a Companion Card, what tickets should I buy?
Please select the Companion card ticket in Trybooking, or call the Museum on 03 8534 3600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and our staff will provide assistance.
How do I present my ticket?
We prefer contactless admission, by showing your ticket on your mobile device at the entrance to the Museum. Alternatively, you may print your ticket at home, or purchase your ticket upon arrival to the Museum.
I have a booking query, or am having trouble reserving my tickets online. What should I do?
For ticketing enquiries, please call the Museum on 03 8534 3600 or email email@example.com and our staff will provide assistance and help register you for your chosen time.