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Part of the El Transito Synagogue

This is a decent museum that is a part of El Transito Synagogue. The explanations are only in... read more

Reviewed March 5, 2018
RobinSyracuse
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Syracuse, New York
Small but worthwhile

This is only a small museum but it's neatly laid out. There's not really that much left of the old... read more

Reviewed November 12, 2017
Robert E
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Springfield, Virginia
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is an extraordinary building with excellent exhibits. We visted 2 years ago, but it was definitely worth a second visit.

Thank Jan F
Reviewed May 16, 2018

Nice collection with some rare artifacts. I loved it and recommend you to visit it. It is not a whole day inside a building just an hour most but it is worth it.

Thank johannesb231
Reviewed March 5, 2018

This is a decent museum that is a part of El Transito Synagogue. The explanations are only in Spanish, but you can figure out what things are. The building is really beautiful.

Thank RobinSyracuse
Reviewed March 4, 2018 via mobile

One of the few places in Spain where somehow some jewish signs survived and have recovered part of the rich jewish culture that existed before 1492 (inquisition). Lots of displays explaining the history of Jewish life.

Thank Nathan Daniel C
Reviewed November 12, 2017

This is only a small museum but it's neatly laid out. There's not really that much left of the old Jewish quarter in Toledo and like much of the old architecture of the time, both Christian Churches and Jewish synagogues were influenced by Moorish designs,...More

Thank Robert E
Reviewed September 13, 2017

Fascinating building with a wide spanning collection of relics and artefacts. Spoiled for me because so much of the exhibits only had notes in Spanish, and although there were laminated cards in each room, they were very difficult to read in the dim lighting -...More

Thank TitianLox
Reviewed May 13, 2017

This was a very complete and well-documented museum...benefiting from its focus and the importance of this chapter of Toledan history. Definitely take the audio-guide and enjoy the ability to go deep if you want. Fabulous documents, textiles -- a wide range of types of objects...More

Thank Ana-Maria Z
Reviewed February 26, 2017

Concentrating on the history of the Jewish people in Toledo with an exhibit on the inquisition, the museum is well laid out and educational with boring.

Thank David Z
Reviewed February 24, 2017 via mobile

Walk through in 30 minuts. All displays in Spanish, so you want to consider an audio guide, or a guided tour. 2,50€ entrance fee.

Thank Philiph S
Reviewed December 28, 2016

This small museum tells the comprehensive history of Jews in Spain. There are interesting displays explaining local Sephardi customs and rituals, and there is a very moving 'Garden of Memory' with tombstones recalling the everyday lives of a community which was expelled at the time...More

Thank Samir S
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