The ‘Jewish Museum in Prague’ is the largest of its kind in Europe. It oversees four historic synagogues, the Ceremonial Hall, the world-famous Old Jewish Cemetery, a gallery, several depositories, an archive, a library with a multimedia centre, restoration workshops, and an educational/cultural centre.
It remains among the top three most visited museums in the Czech Republic. In 2016 it attracted around 630,000 visitors.
A substantial part of the museum’s work involves educational and cultural activities intended for a wide variety of target groups from the youngest to elementary and secondary school pupils, teachers as well as the general public.