The Jewish Museum of Belgium is located in Brussels, in the Sablon district. The museum offers an innovative vision on Jewish history and culture through exhibitions and activities promoting share, discovery and accessibility to all audiences.

Firmly anchored in the present, the museum is a vibrant, dynamic and multidisciplinary cultural and artistic venue driven by a team sharing values of openness in a bold and modern way and whose objective is to promote knowledge and understanding of Jewish history, religion and cultures.

Through its three main missions – the conservation of the Jewish heritage in Belgium, temporary exhibitions echoing current topics and educational activities for schools – the team is progressively shaping the face of the New Museum, that will be established in 2026.

While waiting for the construction to begin, visitors can discover a selection of the permanent collection and several temporary exhibitions on two buildings and five floors. At the same time, the museum organises a wide range of activities such as lectures, concerts, workshops and literary evenings.