The Jewish Museum
The Jewish Museum Review
In a Gothic-style 1908 mansion, the Jewish Museum draws on a large collection of art and ceremonial objects to explore Jewish identity and culture spanning more than 4,000 years. The two-floor permanent exhibition Culture and Continuity: The Jewish Journey displays nearly 800 objects complemented by interactive media. The wide-ranging collection includes a 3rd-century Roman burial plaque, 20th-century sculpture by Elie Nadelman, and contemporary art from artists such as Marc Chagall and Man Ray. Admission to the museum is free on Saturday and pay-what-you-wish on Thursday 5–8.
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