England – Manchester Jewish Museum has temporarily vacated its historic synagogue home and is open as a pop-up at Manchester Central Library while the building undergoes construction of a new museum wing. Built in 1874 by Jewish textile merchants, the Spanish and Portuguese synagogue itself will be restored to its original architectural splendor, and new interactive displays, soundscapes, live performances and a cafe serving Jewish food will bring it to life for visitors when it reopens in 2021. (manchesterjewishmuseum.com)