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Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, Beachwood

(4.7/5 based on 80 reviews on the web)
The Maltz Museum celebrates culture and identity to encourage connection and promote a greater appreciation of Jewish heritage and the diversity of the human experience. Personal stories of struggle, courage and creativity are brought to life through interactive exhibitions and thought-provoking programs. For more information, visit maltzmuseum.org and follow us on Twitter @maltzmuseum and @stopthehateUS.
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  • My visit was wonderful! Huge thanks to Robyn for being so welcoming, and then to Eileen for sharing her extensive knowledge of the Jewish artifacts displayed and her faith. We were at the Museum for a...  more »
  • The museum is home to a collection of items detailing the jewish heritage of the Cleveland area beginning with immigration up to present day. It is a really good museum with interesting facts on Cleve...  more »
  • Not just for people of the Jewish faith but for those interested in the history of east side Cleveland. The museum also does compelling exhibits that have included the Dead Sea Scrolls and quilts from...  more »
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  • Outstanding Museum. This is definitely one of the best museums in the world to not only learn about Jewish culture, but also about racism. Zay gezunt!
  • The "This Light Of Ours" Exhibit is touching and the staff great.
  • Great exhibits! Came for the Violins of Hope, and explored a little in the permanent exhibits as well. Very nice collection, with the price of admission. Violins of Hope were very nice, with really touching stories. It is hard to see how little the world has changed and how quickly we forget what happens when we start seeing our fellow humans as "other."
  • Very informative, but too cost prohibitive for the general public to truly benefit. The Huntington family made the art museum free and they didn't even require their name carved into the side in stone.
  • The Maltz Museum is a museum that is very much needed. It serves a great memorial to the people of the Holocaust, and honestly I will never forget how I was impacted by what I experienced there. Warning: in one room, there are videos of the rescues from concentration camps and they are quite graphic. The museum isn't just holocaust specific, and the rest of the stuff is perhaps interesting to some, but not to me. Also, some of the gift shop kind of cheapens the experience. Great place to learn though. And it is active in the community.