The Austrian Jewish Museum was very fortunate to be able to set up itself in a historic building in Eisenstadt’s former Judengasse . It is therefore located in a place where a well-known Jewish community was settled for more than 250 years. The museum was founded in 1972 as the first Jewish museum in Austria after 1945.
During a visit you can not only see the oldest synagogue in Austria preserved in its original function and the museum collections , but also get an impression of the old ‘Jewish houses’ and the two Jewish cemeteries .
We are happy to offer guided tours for groups of 10 or more, both for the museum and for the Jewish quarter with the two Jewish cemeteries.