You are here:
  1. Museo Sefardí (Sinagoga del Tránsito)
  2. Collections



Meguillah of Esther. Picture by David Blázquez

The collections of the Sephardic Museum are composed of, in its majority, archeological and ethnographical material. The objects relate to the religion and Jewish way of life, especially with their circle of life and festivals. Specifically, the objects are related to the Hispanic-Jewish and Sephardic communities.

The name “Old Bibliographic Fund” outlines the entire collection, comprised of books, manuscripts and documents in Hebrew, Spanish, and Sephardic languages, spanning chronologically from the fourteenth century until 1950.