Visit: Bevis Marks Synagogue

| Bevis Marks Synagogue

The Spanish and Portuguese Bevis Marks Synagogue is the oldest in England, and has survived virtually unchanged since it was built c.1699. It was the first synagogue to be opened in England after Oliver Cromwell invited Jews to return to the country in 1655.

This is a rare occasion for members to visit this historic place of worship, and have the opportunity to learn more about its history from a talk by Maurice Bitton.

Booking information: please call 0870 050 3688 for tickets.

Venue information

Bevis Marks Synagogue

Bevis Marks London, EC3

Entry details

Tickets £16 6.30-8.00pm

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