South African Jewish Museum (SAJM) Tours and Activities
TheSouth African Jewish Museum (SAJM), opened in 2000 in Cape Town, features exhibits highlighting the Jewish history of South Africa – with its roots largely in Eastern Europe. Visitors can see part of Cape Town's Old Synagogue, built in 1863 and situated on the same grounds as the museum, as well as the richly decorated 1905 Great Synagogue while exploring the interactive displays.
In addition to the pieces of Judaica, the museum also plays a documentary about Nelson Mandela and includes a remarkable collection of Japanese netsuke art.
Tours and Activities to Experience South African Jewish Museum (SAJM)
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