Dublin: The Irish-Jewish Museum

A collection from Ireland’s influential, yet little known, Jewish community. The museum maintains an interesting collection reflecting the mixed traditions of the Irish and Jewish cultures. Located in the former space of the Walworth Road Synagogue, the collection consists of memorabilia related to the last 150 years, including a full-size replica of a traditional Jewish wedding ceremony in the upstairs. Uniquely Irish-Jewish pieces of the collection include Hebrew labelled Guinness bottles, shamrock decorated kippahs and propaganda printed in Sinn Fein newsletters.

3/4 Walworth Road,
(Off Victoria Street)
South Circular Road,
Dublin 8