The JCC Museum is housed in two distinct spaces in our building. The “Golden Room” on the ground floor features 16th – 18th century wooden-beamed ceilings where an old lamp from the Beltinci Synagogue hangs. One can also view the entire Iconotheca Valvasoriana collection. Upstairs, adjacent to the JCC Library, is the museum’s main exhibition space where Judaica from around Slovenia and artworks depicting Jewish life in Ljubljana are on permanent view. One can view a number of paintings and prints by Bard Iucundus and Anton Karinger. The Museum is also the site for traveling exhibitions such as the Anti-Masonic Poster show which coincided with the First Festival of Tolerance in February 2015 (pictured above).