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The Jewish Museum of Australia is currently showing several permanent exhibitions, as well as our special MIRKA exhibition.

General admission to the Museum is free, but must be booked, and does not include access to MIRKA. For General Admission tickets, click here.

Admission to MIRKA is paid, must be booked, and includes access to the whole Museum. For MIRKA tickets, click here.

All tickets grant you approximately 75 minutes access to the Museum.

MIRKA EXHIBITION TICKETS

MIRKA full price:
Adult: $20
Concession: $15
Family: $40
A family pass can be used for 2 adults and up to 3 children (up to age 16)

MIRKA group booking price (only available for 10+ people):
Adult: $18
Concession: $13.50

MIRKA member price:
Adult: $17
Concession: $12.75
Family: $34
A family pass can be used for 2 adults and up to 3 children (up to age 16)

Duration: 75 minutes
Access: the MIRKA exhibition (open from 14 February), as well as the permanent galleries, which includes Belief and Ritual, Calling Australia Home, Evolving Identities, Timeline of Jewish History and The Jewish Year exhibitions; MIRKA+ (open from 14 February) and the Museum shop
Do I need to book in advance? Yes. Timed-entry tickets are on sale now


GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS

Price: Free
Duration: 75 minutes
Access: the permanent galleries, which includes Belief and Ritual, Calling Australia Home, Evolving Identities, Timeline of Jewish History and The Jewish Year exhibitions; MIRKA+ (open from 14 February) and the Museum shop
Do I need to book in advance? Yes. Please click here to reserve your timed-entry tickets


MEMBER TICKETS

Members receive 15% off exhibition entry, tickets to programs, short courses and events, as well as purchases made at the Museum shop. To become a Member, click here.

 

FAQs

When is the Museum open?
The Jewish Museum of Australia is open Tuesday to Friday from 10am–5pm and Sunday from 10am–5pm.

How long can I stay at the Museum?
Your ticket gives you 75 minutes access to the Museum. In order to undertake cleaning of the space in compliance with DHHS and WorkSafe guidelines, you may be required to queue before entry to the building

Do I qualify for a concession ticket?
If you hold a 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 call the Museum on 03 8534 3600 or email info@jewishmuseum.com.au 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

Do you take cash?
We prefer cashless payments where possible

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 info@jewishmuseum.com.au and our staff will provide assistance and help register you for your chosen time

Do I need to cancel my free General Admission ticket if my plans change?
Yes, please return your free General Admission tickets by clicking the ‘Return tickets’ link in your booking confirmation email. If you are having difficulty, you can call the Museum on 03 8534 3600 or email info@jewishmuseum.com.au and our staff will provide assistance

If I can’t attend MIRKA at the session I booked, what should I do?
Please call the Museum on 03 8534 3600 or email info@jewishmuseum.com.au and our staff will provide assistance

How is the Museum staying COVID-Safe?
The Jewish Museum of Australia is committed to protecting the health of visitors, volunteers and staff and minimising the spread of COVID-19. We have implemented physical distancing, hygiene, cleaning and public health measures in line with the latest Victorian Government and DHHS regulations to ensure your visit is as safe and enjoyable as possible. Please review our COVID-Safe Visitor Protocols here

What COVID-Safe actions should I observe during my visit?
–Use hand sanitiser on entry to the building
Sign in using your smartphone and the provided QR code. This is a condition of entry for maintaining Covid-Safe records. If you are unsure if your phone can scan a QR code, visit the Service Victoria website to download the free app
–If you do not have a smartphone, you will be asked to provide your name, contact number, and the date and time of your visit
–Note the capacity limit for each space. Please see displayed signage or ask one of our Visitor Experience Officers if you are unsure
–Maintain 1.5 metres physical distance between yourself and others at all times
–Follow Victorian government and DHHS guidelines on wearing a mask while inside the Museum