Over 200 people joined us on Sunday 24 November for the Football Family Fun Day, and the Four Four Jew exhibition was enjoyed by all. One visitor said said the exhibition is "Beautifully put together, thought provoking and even funny in parts" while another said "Excellent exhibition - super for kids!" Come and experience this wonderful exhibition for yourself to see what the hype is about.
Four Four Jew is an exhibition for all the family, telling the story of British Jews and football through rare objects, memorabilia, and film footage. Free trails available at the museum for every age group to help you get more out of your visit. Click here to download the trail for those aged 12+ and get an idea of what is on offer.
The museum is open late on Thursdays for you to enjoy the exhibition from 5pm - 9pm.
The festive period is full of football fixtures with many people using the opportunity to see their team play.
We will give 2 for 1 entry to the museum between Monday 23 December and Sunday 5 January to anyone showing a match ticket or programme for any game they have attended during that period.
Simply present a match ticket or programme when purchasing entrance to the museum to receive one free ticket with every full adult priced ticket purchased.
16 December, 20 January and 10 February at 11am
Hear curator Jo Rosenthal share her experiences of how Four Four Jew came to be and working with the football greats who have been key to its success, as well as giving some more information about some of the exhibition's central objects. A fantastic opportunity to hear some special insights into the exhibition before enjoying it yourself.
Maximum 20 people per session so book now!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7284 7384.
Late night Thursdays movie screenings as part of our exhibition-related programme of events on 16, 23 and 30 January and also 6, 13 and 20 February. This is a unique opportunity to see these films from Argentina, Uruguay, Italy, Israel, Sweden and Kenya.
All movies start at 7pm and there will be a selection of beers, wine and a range of sweet and savoury meals and snacks available to buy each night.
On the opening night we will be screening 3 Millones - a joyous journey to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa with the Uruguayan national football team with Uruguayan musician Jaime Roos and his (Dutch) photographer son, Yamandu.
The following weeks see films from Argentina, Italy, Israel, Sweden and Kenya. Book now!