Love baking? Got a soft spot for jaw-dropping architecture? Manchester Jewish Museum has just the thing for you…

Taking inspiration from the stunning patterns and shapes on display throughout its own synagogue’s windows, the unique venue is hosting a cooking class in which guests can bake their own stained-glass window cookies.

There’ll also be a chance to take a wander around the museum and the recently-restored Grade II listed synagogue.

The workshops are open to children and adults alike, and hone in on Jewish recipes or the museum’s collections.

No experience is necessary, making it an ideal family day out, date night or solo outing.

Two classes will take place on Sun 31 Oct, at 12pm and 1pm. Full price tickets are £6, concessions are £5 and children go for £4—all include general admission tot he museum.

Advanced booking is advised, hit the link below for more details.

A Manchester Wire Partnership post
Sun 31 Oct, 12pm / 1pm, Manchester Jewish Museum,
190 Cheetham Hill Rd, Cheetham Hill, Manchester M8 8LW
, £6 / £5 concessions / £4 kids
Bradley Lengden
Published on:
Wed 27 Oct 2021