The Jewish Art and History Museum
Hosting one of the finest Jewish art collection in Europe, the museum was originally created by Arch. Giulio Bourbon, as a completion of the restoration work of the Casale Monferrato synagogue.
Also called “The Silver’s Museum”, the museum is today part of the Casale Jewish Museal Complex, together with the Museum of Lights and the ancient synagogue.
The museum itself is located in the former women gallery of the synagogue and at the first and top floor of the two buildings that make up the museal complex. The women gallery hosts an extarordinary collection of judaica, particularly silver cerimonial objects and embroideries; in the remaining museum rooms other precious judaica objects are presented, illustrating almost all aspects of the Jewish life and traditions.