The Jewish Historical Museum is located on the first floor of the building of the Jewish Community Belgrade, in the very centre of the city. The building was designed in 1928 by the architect Samuel Sumbul, for the needs of the then Jewish Sephardic Community. As a remnant of those distant days there still stands near the top of the building a big inscription „The Home of the Jewish Religious-School Community“. On the second floor of the building is the Jewish Community Belgrade, and on the third the Federation of Jewish Communities of Serbia.
Monday – Friday, 8:30 – 15:30 hours;
For visitors: 10 – 14 hours (group visits can be arranged)
Tel. (381) 11 / 26 22 634, 29 10 327
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ; email@example.com