Visit Us The museum is open to the public and is conducting preventive measures due to the corona virus. Opening times, low season (18th August to 14th June)Sundays 12:00 – 15:00Guided tour: 13:00Opening times, high season(15th June to 16th August)Monday – Friday: 10:00 – 16:00Guided tour: 12:00 and 14:00Sunday: 12:00 – 15:00Guided tour: 13:00City walksCity walk in the "Jewish quarters" of TrondheimSunday at 1:00 pm - 2:30 pmWednesday noon - 1:30 pmTickets for city walks:Adults NOK 120, children from age 7 / students NOK 90. Walk-in, no booking in advance. Visits to the museum outside of these opening hours must be booked well in advance by e-mail or phone.For school classes, see what we offer here. TicketsAdult: 70 krStudent: 40 krChildren (between 7 and 17) : 40 krFree admission for children under 6.The museum only accepts card payments. AccessibilityPhysical disabilitiesThe synagogue is on the first floor and the exhibition in the basement has limited accessibility due to stairs. The building does not have a lift. Good accessibility on the ground floor where the "Homecoming 1945 -47" and “Home. Gone. Holocaust in Trondheim” exhibitions are situated.Hearing impairedThere are no sound effects in the exhibitions – only written and visual material. Our fixed guided tours are not adapted for hearing impaired people.Visually impaired:The exhibitions are not adapted for visually impaired people. Contact us in advance for an adapted guided tour.Be aware that the floor in the basement exhibition is partly cobbled, and therefore particularly uneven. Contact us E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTelephone: +47 40 16 98 01 Jødisk museum Trondheim Jewish Museum Trondheim Jødisk museum Trondheim Jewish Museum Trondheim Find us Address:Arkitekt Christies gate 1 BPublic transport: Bus stop"Nidarosdomen". See www.atb.no for more information.Parking: There is no dedicated parking at the museum. Visitors kan use public parking at Prinsen cinema.