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Signed art print by the Danish Israeli artist May-Bell Bareket. 200 DKK.
Signed art print by the Danish Israeli artist May-Bell Bareket. 200 DKK.
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Miniature dollhouse - a true copy of the Danish Jewish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen's own house in Charlottenlund (photo: minimii).
Miniature dollhouse - a true copy of the Danish Jewish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen's own house in Charlottenlund (photo: minimii).
Miniature chair designed by the Danish Jewish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen.
Miniature chair designed by the Danish Jewish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen.
Candle holders created by the Danish designer Maj Winther Christensen.
Candle holders created by the Danish designer Maj Winther Christensen.
´´Schlep´´ your groceries in an environment friendly ´´Schlep bag´´  from designer Babara Shaw. 129 DKK
´´Schlep´´ your groceries in an environment friendly ´´Schlep bag´´ from designer Babara Shaw. 129 DKK

Design and handicraft

Design by Arne Jacobsen

In the museum shop miniature chairs designed by the Danish Jewish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen are available as well as a doll house which is a true copy of Jacobsens own house in Charlottenlund, Denmark.

Art prints by May-Bell Bareket

The Danish Israeli artist May-Bell Bareket has created the unique collection HAMSA reinterpreted - a reinterpretation of the symbolic hamsa figure. A selection of signed art prints are available in the museum shop. 200 DKK. Read more about May-Bell Bareket here.

Maj Winther Christensen Design

The Danish designer Maj Winther Christensen has designed ceramic cups in three different sizes with the museum's logo. You can also find Christensens elegant star candle holders in the museum shop. Read more about Maj Winther Christensen Design here. 

Design from Barbara Shaw

Discover Barbara Shaws colourful and often humorous design. Among other things aprons, nosebags and dish mats can be found on the shelves. See Barbara Shaws collection here.

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

Summer (June-August):
Tuesday to Sunday: 10 am - 5 pm
Monday closed

Winter (September - May):
Tuesday-Friday: 1 pm - 4 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 12 noon - 5 pm
Monday closed