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Such a great place to visit. A chance to learn Jewish history, in place far away from the usual places. Just a wonderful museum and the staff is fabulous. We had our own personal guide, and she was fantastic. She shared stories and events, which...More
We happens to search the Woodbine area for our visit and discovered the synagogue. The museum is done with good taste and very informative the synagogue is in very good shape and taken care of .Credit to Stockton college for the display .
We visited the Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage this week. The director and the guide made us feel very welcome and we had the opportunity to tour the Museum as well as the Synagogue which is one of the 2 remaining original buildings in...More
Woodbine has a lot of rich history and the Sam has captured it. Not only is there a museum but a synagogue as well. My family was one of the original settlers and it was nice to go back to the Sam and walk again...More
It's a piece of Jewish history . Jews were forced to move due to the poor soil and the experiment did not succeed. Extensive records & pictures present the history of a community that is no longer there. The synagogue is an interesting historical site.
This town was created by offering access to Russian immigrants before the turn of the century (1880) the museum contains the history of the town, including census reports and photographs, well worth the time and effort to stop by
This museum is a must see Judaica of Southern New Jersey. It is located in the Woodbine Brotherhood Synagogue building listed on the National Register of Historic Places.Visiting this museum is an excellent way to get acquainted with the history of 19th century Jewish settlement...More