the Jewish Museum of Genoa preserves works from the collection "voyage in the Jewish World" by Emanuele Luzzati, donara by artist to the Jewish Communities of Genoa. The collection is exhibited to the public from time to time for organizational needs. at institutional appointments such as Memorial Day and European day of Jewish culture are set up in the premises of the Museum exhibitions of artistic character religious or historical, documentary, can be visited by the public. These exhibitions are held for several weeks during which guided tours are organized by appointment with particular attention to schools; for pupils of schools offer combined with the lessons, themed visits led by trained volunteer staff. activity of the Museum aims to raise awareness of Jewish culture citizenship and milestones in the history of Italian and Ligurian esbraismo. The Genoa Jewish Museum was opened in 2004, the year in which Genoa was European capital of culture. The design was entrusted to architect Franchini Gianfrancoo. the Museum located on the top floor of the synagogue that has seen unfold, from 1935 to the present day, the history of the Jews of Genoa.