House of Life Exhibition: closing soon!

The House of Life Exhibition at the Library at Willesden Green invites a new audience to a never-before-seen showcase of the heritage of London's pre-eminent Victorian Jewish Cemetery, which has quietly served London's Jews in a little-known corner of Willesden since 1873.

The displays introduce visitors to the fascinating lives of selected individuals buried there, describe the Jewish approach to death and mourning, and give a glimpse of the cemetery buildings and landscape. The exhibition further invites us all to reflect on the people we have lost and how we like to remember them. Hurry, as the exhibition closes on 16 February!

Click here to download the exhibition flyer

 

Venue

The Library at Willesden Green 95 High Road, Willesden London, NW10 2SF

Free entry; open daily until 16 February, 2020

 

The cemetery will open to the wider public in 2020. The exhibition is presented by the United Synagogue in partnership with Brent Museum and Archives. Researched by volunteers and designed by Philip Simpson Design, the exhibition is part of the House of Life heritage project of the United Synagogue, which is supported by the National Heritage Lottery Fund.