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The Jewish Museum is well served by public transport and is a 3 minute walk from Camden Town underground station:
When you come out of the station, head towards the Jazz Cafe, keep going past Whole Food and take a left at the Earl of Camden - and there we are across the road!
Coaches: If you are visiting the museum by coach please ask your drivers to respect our neighbours and turn their engines off when using the street outside the museum as a drop-off point. The Jewish Museum is inside the London Low Emission Zone and located on a residential road. Your help with this is much
Jewish Museum London
Raymond Burton House
129-131 Albert Street
London NW1 7NB
+44 (0)20 7284 7384
Camden Town (Northern line) - 3 minute walk
Mornington Crescent (Northern line) - 8 minute walk
Camden Road (Overground) - 9 minute walk
Buses stop near to the Jewish Museum. See all local bus routes to the museum.
The museum can be easily accessed using Santander Cycles. Docking stations are available on Parkway.
The nearest bicycle parking is available on the corner of Albert Street and Parkway, outside the Earl of Camden pub.
Visitors to the museum are advised to use public transport whenever possible. The nearest public car park is at Pratt Street.
There is limited metered parking on Albert Street, Parkway and Arlington Road for stays of up to two hours. Blue badge holders can park in the residents bays and pay and display bays, with no time limits, as well as on yellow lines for up to three hours.
The museum is situated outside the congestion charge zone.