An expansive experience, where guests can get an in-depth look at the lives of the Jewish refugees that came to Shanghai fleeing the war in Europe. There is an exhibit that details the lives of the people, from how they entered the city to what the living conditions were like. There is a wall that outside of the museum that lists the names of the Jewish refugees that had populated the area. The surrounding streets include some of the buildings used by Jewish organizations back in the 1930s and '40s still stand. Tickets are 20rmb per adult, 10rmb per child and 15rmb per senior.
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