The Jewish Museum of Thessaloniki is a museum in Thessaloniki, Greece showing the history of Sephardic Jews and Jewish life in Thessaloniki. It is also known as "Museum of Jewish Presence in Thessaloniki", "Jewish History Museum". The museum is being run by the Jewish Community of Thessaloniki.
On the ground level are monumental stones and inscriptions that were once found in the great Jewish necropolis that lay to the east of the city walls. Accompanying these stones are a series of photographs showing the cemetery and visitors as it was in 1914.
Central to the first floor is a narrative history of the Jewish presence in Thessaloniki from the 3rd century BCE until the Second World War. A separate exhibit focuses on the Shoah, as it affected the Jewish Community of Thessaloniki. The majority of the community - some 49,000 persons - was systematically deported to Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen where most of them perished.