Location: 769, Libertad St. San Nicolas
Telephone: 4372-2474 / 0014
This museum was founded in 1967 and named “Salvador Kibrick”. It belongs to the Israeli Congregation of Argentina founded in 1862. It is a private, historical and artistic museum. The founder, Doctor Salvador Kibrick, died in 198, he was a member of the congregation and in order to start the museum he donated his own private collection. Other members then started to donate their private objects.
The Museum has a Testimony Area, Art Gallery and Library. It is devoted to the collection, research, teaching and publication of Jewish identity in a non-political, non-religious, nor dogmatic or sectarian background; it is addressed to all persons interested in the life of Jews in Argentina. There are two halls. One of them has on show ritual objects and documents of Jewish immigration to Argentina and the other one has valuable paintings on Jewish themes.
Guided tours are conducted in Spanish and English and include visiting the temple.