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The William Breman Jewish Heritage & Holocaust Museum

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The William Breman Jewish Heritage & Holocaust Museum Review

The history of the Jewish community in Atlanta is told through a permanent exhibit called Creating Community. Other exhibits document the Holocaust and the immigrant experience in America. The facility—the largest archive of Georgia Jewish history—also contains a research library and an education center.

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  • Address: 1440 Spring St. NW, Midtown, Atlanta, GA 30309 | Map It
  • Phone: 678/222–3700
  • Cost: $12
  • Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 10–5, Fri. 10–3, Sun. 1–5
  • Website:
  • Location: Midtown and Westside
Updated: 10-14-2012

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    Unusual museum for the area

    A Jewish heritage and history museum, the sort one expects to find in New York. It's very good, with copious photos and descriptions of the Holocaust (as well as its lead in and aftermath) and interesting info/artifacts about Jewish life in Atlanta, including chilling displays about the lynching of local resident Leo Frank. Worth seeking out.

    by bachslunch, 4/1/09

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