Joods Historisch Museum
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Joods Historisch Museum information
The Joods Historisch Museum, is a beautifully restored complex of four Ashkenazic synagogues from the 17th and 18th centuries. Displays show the rise of Jewish enterprise and its role in the Dutch economy, and the history of Jews in the Netherlands. The English-language audio tour is excellent (no extra charge).
Tickets also include admission to the Portuguese-Israelite Synagogue .