Visit


Masks

in all three Museums, masks are no longer mandatory, just a recommedation
for all visitors over the age of 16 we do recommend wearing a FFP-2 mask
children from the ages 6 to 15, we recommend a medical mask


Hygiene

Hygiene dispensers are available in all Museums


Cashless payment

Please pay cashless at the Museums ticket office and in the Museum Shop. EC cards are accepted.


Head Phones

In the exhibitions there are no headphones available for the audio and video stations in Fürth.

For the sake of the environment, we therefore ask you to take your own headphones with you to our audio and video stations in our exhibition space in Fürth.

Otherwise you can purchase headphones at the Museum desk for a small additional charge of €0.50.


Opening Hours During the Covid-19 Pandemic

JMF FürthDo-So, 10-17 Uhr
Mary S. Rosenberg Café
at the JMF Fürth
Do-So, 10-17 Uhr
Krautheimer Library
at the JMF Fürth
closed
JMF Krautheimer Nursery Museum in Fürthopened for booked tours only
JMF SchnaittachSa + So, 10-17 Uhr
JMF SchwabachSa + So, 10-17 Uhr
All museums open on Easter and Whit Monday
and closed on: Yom Kippur, December 24th/25th/31st and Jan. 1

Admission Fees

FürthSchnaittach & Schwabach
regularPermanent and Changing Exhibitions8€5€
Permanent or Changing Exhibitions6€5€
reduced*Permanent and Changing Exhibitions5€3€
Permanent or Changing Exhibitions3€3€
Family TicketPermanent and Changing Exhibitions18€15€
(up to 5 )Permanent or Changing Exhibitions15€15€
Free entry**Permanent and Changing Exhibitions
Permanent or Changing Exhibitions

Open Tours Fees

regular6€ plus reduced admission fee
reduced4€ plus reduced admission fee
Children (14-18 Jahre)3€ plus reduced admission fee
Children up to and including 13 yearsfree

Guided Tour Fees for Registered Groups

MUSEUMS TOURS
regular booking fee plus admission feeup to 14 visitors
reduced + free Museum entry
(ALG II, welfare recipients, asylum seeker)
up to 14 visitors
School classup to 14 visitors
Teachersup to 14 visitors
CITY TOURS
regular plus up to 14 visitors
reduced
(ALG II, welfare recipients, asylum seeker)
up to 14 visitors
School classup to 14 visitors
Teachersup to 14 visitors
CEMETERY TOURS*
regularup to 14 visitorsup to 14 visitors
reduced
(ALG II, welfare recipients, asylum seeker)
up to 14 visitors
School classup to 14 visitors
Teachersup to 14 visitors
*no Jewish cemetery in Schwabach
CANCELLATION FEES FOR BOOKED GROUP TOURS
booked group regular tour feeup to 14 visitors47€
booked group reduced tour feeup to 14 visitors30€
School class and Kindergartenup to 14 visitors
30€
Teacher, teachers in training, student groupup to 14 visitors
30€

Bags

Large bags are not permitted in the Museum. Please use our lockers and compartments for oversized bags.


Accessibility

Fürth Contemporary Buildingbarrier-free
Fürth Historical Buildingaccessibility limited: all floors except ritual bath and sukkah can be reached by elevator; different door sill heights
Former Krautheimer Nursery – Branch of The Jewish Museum FranconiaThe exhibition rooms are not barrier-free. They can only be reached by stairs
Schnaittachaccessibility limited, no elevator or stair lift
Schwabachnot barrierfree, no elevator, historical stairs
Contact person for questions about accessibilityAlisha Meininghaus

Directions & Parking

The Jewish Museum Franconia in Fürth and the Krautheimer Library

©GerhardHagen_Neubau

Königstraße 89
Car: Directions
Subway: U1 til Fürth „Rathaus“
Parking garage: Contipark Garage Flair, Königstraße 112-114


The Jewish Museum Franconia in Schnaittach

Museumsgasse 12-16
Car: Directions
Train: from Nuremberg Main Train Station to Schnaittach Train Station


The Jewish Museum Franconia in Schwabach

Blick in die Synagogengasse mit dem Jüdischen Museum Fanken in Schwabach.

Synagogengasse 10 a (rear entrance)
Car: Directions
Parking garage: Bürgerparkhaus (Rathausgasse 2-4)


Former Krautheimer Nursey – Branch of The Jewish Museum Franconia

Außenansicht der Krautheimer Krippe, einer Dependance des Jüdischen Museums Franken.

Maistraße 18
Auto: Directions
Train: Nuremberg Main Train Station to Fürth Main Train Station
Subway: U1 til Jakobinenstraße


Bürgertum

THE JEWISH MUSEUM FRANCONIA

DISCOVER THE HISTORY & PRESENCE

OF JEWISH LIFE

Discover past and present Jewish life in the historical Museum buildings and in the permanent exhibitions of the Jewish Museum Franconia in Fürth, in Schnaittach and in Schwabach

In adddition, our changing exhibitions at all three Museums convey new perspectives on a variety of Jewish themes.

PROGRAM


DAS MIKWEN-PROJEKT

FÜHRUNG DURCH DIE WECHSELAUSSTELLUNG

4€ – 6€

DIE HOHEN FEIERTAGE

STADTFÜHRUNG IN SCHWABACH MIT BESUCH DER SYNAGOGE

HAYMATLOZ

FILMVORFÜHRUNG | BEGLEITPROGRAMM ZUR AUSSTELLUNG "GARTEN DES (NICHT) VERGESSENS"

MIKWEN IN SCHWABACH

FÜHRUNG ZUM TAG DES OFFENEN DENKMALS INS JMF, DURCH DIE SYNAGOGENGASSE UND IN DIE SYNAOGOGE

RITUALBÄDER IN FÜRTH

STADTFÜHRUNG UND BESUCH DES RITUALBADS IM JMF FÜRTH ZUM TAG DES OFFENEN DENKMALS

DAS MIKWEN-PROJEKT

FÜHRUNG DURCH DIE WECHSELAUSSTELLUNG IM JMF UND IN DER EHEMALIGEN SYNAGOGE IN SCHWABACH

GARDEN AND MARY S. ROSENBERG CAFÉ

The tranquility of the Mary S. Rosenberg Café in the sheltered courtyard with the adjoining museum garden has become a real insider tip for visitors who want to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life for a while.