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Visit SJAC

We welcome all kinds of visitors and know you will have an enjoyable and interesting visit.  We offer support to community, academic and family history researchers.

We offer guided visits for school, university, community and other groups and visiting parties. We do make a modest charge for these visits to cover our overheads.

Groups

If you would like to arrange a community, tourist or other group visit, please call us on 0141 332 4911 or email: info@sjac.org.uk.  We recommend you allow one and a half hours for your visit as a minimum. Please note we may have to make a modest charge to cover our overheads for your visit.

Schools

If you would like to arrange a guided school group visit, please call us on 0141 332 4911 or email: info@sjac.org.uk

Tourists

If you would like to arrange a guided group visit, please call us on 0141 332 4911 or email: info@sjac.org.uk

 Open Days

Open Days are held once a month on a  Sunday - further details can be found by following the link - http://www.sjac.org.uk/news-events/

 

Founded in 1987 and based in Garnethill Synagogue in Glasgow (Scotland's oldest), the Scottish Jewish Archives Centre aims to document and illustrate the religious, organisational, social, economic, political, cultural and family life of Jews in Scotland since the eighteenth century. It provides a research facility and an educational resource for the Jewish, and also the wider community, in order to heighten awareness of the Jewish heritage in Scotland and to stimulate study of the history of the Jews in this country.