Sephardic Museum

Located in a fourteenth-century synagogue commissioned by Samuel ha-Leví, also known as the Sinagoga del Tránsito in Toledo's Jewish Quarter, this museum charts the history, religion and customs of Spain's Jewish past, including that of the Sephardic Jews who descended from the Jewish populations which lived on the Iberian Peninsula until 1492.

Address: C/Samuel Levi s/n,
Toledo (Toledo) CP 45002

Museum shop opening hours

April to September
de Tuesday to Saturday: 9.30-20.00.
Sunday and bank holidays: 10.00-15.00.

October to March
de Tuesday to Saturday: 9.30-18.30.
Sunday and bank holidays: 10.00-15.00.

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