The Jewish Museum

Museum in The Upper East Side area

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The Jewish Museum, one of the world's largest and most important institutions devoted to exploring the remarkable scope and diversity of Jewish culture, was founded in 1904.

Today, The Jewish Museum's permanent collection, which has grown to more than 28,000 objects -- paintings, sculpture, works on paper, photographs, ethnographic material, archaeological artifacts, numismatics, ceremonial objects, and broadcast media materials -- is the largest and most important of its kind in the world.

The Jewish Museum regularly presents large temporary exhibitions of an interdisciplinary nature. Such exhibitions often employ a combination of art and artifacts interpreted through the lens of social history in order to explore important ideas and topics.
The Museum is also known for its exhibitions of fine arts interpreted in the context of social history

For nearly a century, The Jewish Museum has illuminated the Jewish experience, both secular and religious, demonstrating the strength of Jewish identity and culture. Its unparalleled collection and unique exhibitions offer a wide range of opportunities for exploring multiple facets of the Jewish experience, past and present, and for educating current and future generations. It is a source of education, inspiration and shared human values for people of all cultures.

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Has a shopNo parkingHas a restaurant/cafeNo Library/BookstoreAccessible to disabled persons

Opening hours

From 11:00 to 17:45
thursdays closing at 20:00
Closed on Wednesdays, Holidays
Note:New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Thanksgiving and major Jewish holidays. Note new Thursday hours from November 19, 2009.

Fee

Adults $12, Seniors $10, Students $7.50, Free for Members and 18 and under, and Thursdays 5:00-8:00pm Pay What You Wish

Access

Address: 1109 5th Ave., New York,NY 10128
Phone: 212-423-3271

Corner of 92nd St. Subway: 4/5/6 to 86th Street

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