I quick drive around Richmond Hill the other day had me stop in front of the Jewish Pioneer Memorial Museum in Richmond Hill. Standing there I realised that I have actually never been inside the museum so I can’t really tell you what is inside from a first hand perspective. I can tell you this though. The museum is housed in the original synagogue which was used by the Jewish community between 1912 and 1954. The museum features a collection of memorabilia, ceremonial items and historical photographic displays such as a bridal gallery, Jewish ex-servicemen memorial and much more. It is only open by appointment though which is probably the reason I’ve never had the opportunity to visit.
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