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Toledo Sephardic Museum
- Toledo Sephardic Museum
- Alt Name:
- Museo Sefardi
- Southern Europe
about Toledo Sephardic Museum
The Toledo Sephardic Museum (Museo Sefardi) is a museum dedicated to the history, culture and legacy of the city’s Jewish population.
From Roman times to the 15th century expulsion of the Jewish community, the Toledo Sephardic Museum covers a wide range of periods. The building in which the Toledo Sephardic Museum is located is itself a part of this heritage, having been built as a synagogue in the 14th century known as the Transito synagogue.
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Address: Calle Samuel Levi, 45002 Toledo
Phone: +34 925 22 36 65
Open Oct-March Tues-Sat 9:30am-6:30pm, April-Sept Tues-Sat 9:30am-8pm. Sundays and holidays 10am-3pm. Closed Mondays. Entry costs €3 full, €1.50 reduced. Free for over 65s, under 18s and students (with ID) and also on Saturdays from 2pm and on Sundays.
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