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The kosher butcher’s shop owned by Arne Cohn, around 1958 (The Danish Jewish Museum).
The kosher butcher’s shop owned by Arne Cohn, around 1958 (The Danish Jewish Museum).
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Arm band from the Danish Brigade, 1943-1945 (The Danish Jewish Museum).
Arm band from the Danish Brigade, 1943-1945 (The Danish Jewish Museum).
Sketch of the Synagoge in Copenhagen by the architect Henry Frænkel, 1925 (The Danish Jewish Museum).
Sketch of the Synagoge in Copenhagen by the architect Henry Frænkel, 1925 (The Danish Jewish Museum).
A pair of tailor’s shears, once belonging to Leopold Slotorup (The Danish Jewish Museum).
A pair of tailor’s shears, once belonging to Leopold Slotorup (The Danish Jewish Museum).
Cloth for the Sabbath bread, Challah, 19th century (The Danish Jewish Museum).
Cloth for the Sabbath bread, Challah, 19th century (The Danish Jewish Museum).
Caricature by Leon Ruben, 1933 (The Danish Jewish Museum).
Caricature by Leon Ruben, 1933 (The Danish Jewish Museum).
Royal permissions to issue bonds given by King Christian IX, late 19th century (The Danish Jewish Museum).
Royal permissions to issue bonds given by King Christian IX, late 19th century (The Danish Jewish Museum).

Donations to the collection

The Danish Jewish Museum gratefully receives donations to the collection. The museum collects all kinds of materials, that shed light on important aspects of Danish Jewish life through the ages.


All proposals for donation will be considered on the basis of the museum's collection policy and the guidelines detailed below.

• The object is relevant to the field of Danish Jewish culture, art and history.

• The story of the object is known.

• The object is well-preserved.

• The object is not identical to other objects in the collection

To make sure that the relevant provenance information is secured, it is important to make an appointment in advance.

Please contact Inge Bucka Mejlhede, im@remove-this.jewmus.dk, if you would like to donate materials to the collection.

Space and spaciousness

- an exhibition about Jews in Denmark

The exhibition is a broad story of Jewish life in Denmark and focuses on co-exixstence and indentity through 400 years. Read more...

Openings hours

Special opening hours
31. oktober 2013 - 31. maj 2014

Tuesday to Friday: 12 noon - 5 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10 am - 5 pm
Monday closed