David Melul Jewish Museum
Housed in a late-century manor house. On the back of the Ducal Palace, the Jewish Museum presents a collection of pieces linked to the Forum of Béjar, where the norms of coexistence between Christians, Muslims and Jews who lived together in the city in harmony for several centuries.
During his life, David Melul, a personality of special relevance in the history of the Jewish communities in Spain, always had the will to create a Museum where it was possible to remember the past of these communities.
Inside the Museum there is a model of the city of Béjar from the 15th century. It is possible to locate the spaces where the Jewish presence once existed.
The Museum also has a space dedicated to Sephardic Jews, where it is possible to discover the routes they used during their exile in other European countries and even in other continents.