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Audioguías

Audio guide

The Museo Sefardí has an audio guide for visits to the permanent collection, which provides detailed information on the collection’s most important pieces.

This service is available in Spanish, English, French, and Hebrew.

Price: €2.

Duration: About 45 minutes.

Auto description tour for visually impaired people. Duration: About 2h, 10 minutes. Free service.

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WifiMuseum

The WifiMuseum system allows our visitors free access to multimedia content and to our cultural calendar. It is a multimedia guide that does not require any previous download of content to mobile devices.

To use it, follow the following steps within the museum:

  • Switch on your device’s Wifi connection
  • Select the network MultimediaMuseo
  • Open your browser and type museo.me or refresh any page of your browser.
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App

App Museo Sefardí

Free app with the official Museum audioguide, maps, historic illustrations and details of the most important objects.

It is accessible for people with visual disabilities as it features audio-description guides via tactile stations as well as subtitles and videos in sign language for people with hearing disabilities.

The Appside project has been made possible thanks to an agreement between the Ministry of Culture and Sport, the ORANGE Foundation and the technology company GVAM.

Available for iOSNueva ventana and AndroidNueva ventana.

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Plano

Museum floor plan

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Event spaces

The Museo Sefardí, located within the Samuel ha-Levi Synagogue or the El Tránsito Synagogue, in the middle of the Jewish quarter of Toledo’s historic centre, has two spaces suitable for events: the Prayer Hall and the East Patio.

In this way, the Museo Sefardí can host, at the initiative of institutions that make a request, certain acts of a cultural nature, provided that the space is available and that the event’s aims are in accordance with those of the museum.

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Gift store

The Gift store and Bookshop, has items for both the general public and specialists in Jewish culture.

It offers a varied range of products and books including the Museum’s publications, in line with its subject matter.

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