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The Museum is open to visitors on
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am to 4pm.

The Czech Memorial Scrolls Centre
Third Floor Kent House
Rutland Gardens, Knightsbridge, London

Museum Virtual Tour

Unlike other museums which present the grim narrative of the Holocaust, this remarkable museum, opened in September 2008, tells the inspiring story of the survival and second life of 1,564 Torah Scrolls from Bohemia and Moravia. .

Designed and built in Germany by award-winning designer
Fritz Armbruster, it tells the story of the Scrolls and their odyssey from Bohemia and Moravia to Westminster Synagogue in London and then on to new homes throughout the world.

The large collection of Torah binders are a newly-accessible highlight.



This is "The Wall of Scrolls" containing approximately 150 scrolls

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