Have you ever stopped in the Rue des Rosiers, in the medieval district of Le Marais? You will no doubt have noticed the atmosphere and the Jewish identity that fills its streets, between the ancestral traditions and the good smell of the typical dishes that emanate from its restaurants.
While you are there, don't leave without visiting the Museum of Jewish Art and History (also known as the mahJ).
To go and visit the Museum of Jewish Art and History, you will have to think about finding a parking space in Paris. In life it is better to think in advance, especially when you plan to park in the centre of Paris.
Fortunately, on Parclick you can reserve a space in a cheap car park in the Marais and take advantage of the opportunity to visit the Museum of Jewish Art and History and discover the area!
This Museum of Jewish art is located in the Marais, only ten minutes from the Rue des Rosiers. You will be able to discover the largest museum in France dedicated to the art and history of Judaism.
A visit to the Museum of Art and History of Judaism is an opportunity to discover and appreciate one of the most beautiful collections of Jewish art and cult objects displayed in this former 17th-century mansion.
Situated right next to the Anne-Frank Garden, you can even take advantage of the opportunity to take a stroll there after your visit to the museum.
And if you ever feel like starting a marathon of Paris museums, you will find the Centre Pompidou just a stone's throw away from the Museum of Jewish Art and History, as well as the Cognacq-Jay Museum and the City Hall less than 10 minutes away on foot.
Finally, if you feel like going a little further, you can also take the Rambuteau metro (line 11) which will take you from Châtelet les Halles to the Place de la République and the Parc des Buttes Chaumont. Why not consider parking in a car park on the outskirts of Paris and make your way to the Museum of Jewish Art and History by public transport!
Reserve a parking space near the Museum of Jewish Art and History to visit the museum between Tuesday and Sunday. From Tuesday to Friday you can visit it between 11:00 and 18:00 and on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. If it's a little too much for you, some of the exhibitions are open on Wednesday evenings.
You can always reserve a parking space near the Museum of Jewish Art and History on Mondays, but the museum is closed... Note that the museum also closes for the Jewish New Year Rosh ha-Shanah, and for the Day of Atonement Yom Kippur.
Discover the wonders of the Museum of Art and History of Judaism by reserving a parking space in Paris, so you can enjoy your visit in peace!