It is less well-known that the immediate aid provided to the returned refugees by the Danish state and the efforts of the incomparable Copenhagen Social Service, both so different from stories from the rest of Europe.
Nevertheless, many Danish Jews came home to great challenges and had to live with experiences that were difficult to cope with. Their lives had been saved, others had had far worse experiences and they gritted their teeth. It was time to move on. The consequences of exile and deportation, however, marked everyone for life in various ways. And yet it was nothing to speak of.
Talks, guided tours, films and music - keep up with the museums acitivity program ...
The museum shop´s sortiment of books, booklets, music and design offers you more ways to explore Danish Jewish culture.
- 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...
Tuesday to Sunday: 10 am - 5 pm
Winter (September - May):
Tuesday-Friday: 1 pm - 4 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 12 noon - 5 pm