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Museum of Jewish Heritage

36 Battery Place, Edmond J. Safra Plaza, New York City, NY 10280-1502
+1 646-437-4202
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The mission of the Museum is to educate people of all ages and backgrounds about the broad tapestry of Jewish life in the 20th and 21st centuries-before, during, and after the Holocaust. Multiple perspectives on modern Jewish history, life, and culture are presented in the Museum's unique Core Exhibition and award-winning special exhibitions. Acclaimed public programs, including discussions, films, plays, and concerts, highlight the richness of Jewish culture and ideas.
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36 Battery Place, Edmond J. Safra Plaza, New York City, NY 10280-1502
Financial District
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36 Battery Place, Edmond J. Safra Plaza, New York City, NY 10280-1502
+1 646-437-4202
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Reviewed 6 days ago

I ended up spending 3 hours here. There is a very thorough history of the Holocaust, including many things you are never taught in school (the SS St. Louis for one) and has many artifacts and documentation that really give a scope of the event....More

Thank schmayla98
Reviewed 1 week ago

Local to rethink concepts of tolerance, respect, we review (for the thousandth time) the facts that lead to tragedies, massacres and even extinction of peoples and civilizations. Where one learns that the values of one people (any people) can be shared and serve as an...More

Thank Hânya P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you happen to be in New York I’d highly recommend a visit to the museum of Jewish heritage and have a chat with Eva. She answered all our random questions without hesitation. She’s a hologram ( I kid you not ) with a sense...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I have never been inside the museum, but i know its located in the Battery park city. i will love to visit one day

Thank Nasir A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

There is so much to see here. Floor 1 is before the holocaust, floor 2 is during the holocaust and floor 3 is after. So many artifacts from then. Very moving to see the belongs, clothes, newspapers, scrolls, religious items, etc from then. The museum...More

Thank BayLover162
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Great exhibits - covers the history of the Jewish people - not just the Shoah - fantastic views of the Statue of Liberty - moving placement - a must see - makes us all remember how great it is to be in America - you...More

Thank Wendy H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you've never aproached jewish traditions, this is the place to get to know them, it's very complete. There's also heavy things about WW2, but it also has a nice sections about jewish culture in the media. All and all it was a very good...More

Thank Pao A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

See the Eichmann exhibit before it closes. Beautiful museum; must visit if you are downtown. Lox restaurant is very good. A little expensive, but so is all kosher food.

1  Thank Michael K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A group from our Synagogue came into the city to see the Eichmann exhibit. It was a little chaotic getting things together but once we hooked up with the docent we had a fantastic experience. the docent was knowledgeable, well-spoken and interesting. His tour was...More

Thank MPG47
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Interesting, brings back the horrors of the shoah but important to see- Make sure you have a docent whom you can hear- ours was very quiet and the exhibit was quite crowded-

Thank starsky18
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annellutz
23 July 2017|
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Response from LS_MJH | Property representative |
The Museum has a git shop that carries Judaica, books, jewelry, CDs, and children's items.
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rkivelevitz
30 August 2016|
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Response from leah262 | Reviewed this property |
I would say the first floor and the garden of stones and if they have a special exhibit, as well. Since I Work there, I personally and professionally feel maybe the 11 year old, if he/she has begun to study the Holocaust... More
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Mary S
29 June 2015|
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