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Belz Museum of Asian and Judaic Art, Memphis

Categories: Art Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
4.6/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web
Adults: $6.00

Seniors (55+): $5.00

Students with ID: $4.00

Under 5: free

Adult/Senior Tour: $3.50

Student Tour: $3.00

Emperor's Lunch: $12.00
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  • If you're into museums, this one will "wow" you. Absolutely breath-taking works of art, especially the Asian carvings and embroidery. The Judaic paintings and silver artifacts are, too, and there's a ...  read more »
  • I struggle to find words to describe this wonderful place. Monumental, World Class Asian Art, Stunningly beautiful. Huge to tiny, this is the best collection in one place that we have ever seen. And t...  read more »
  • Very large collection of fine Asian Art. Everything from Mastodon Ivory carvings to ceramic and jade pieces. Beautiful embroidery robes and panels. Around every corner was another magnificent piece; C...  read more »
  • A surprising gem located downtown. I'm not sure what my expectations were, but I was blown away! For only $6 (as of 9/4/16), you are able to see priceless artifacts of amazing cultures. Highly recommended!
  • This was an incredible museum. Tucked away from the busyness of the Peabody Place plaza area, is this museum that transports you back in time and place. The Asian ivory and jade pieces are intricate and awe inspiring. One could spend hours just admiring the Asian pieces, and still not fully appreciate all the fine details. On the Judaic side, read the stories of Holocaust survivors and look at all the beautiful Jewish art pieces. Do not miss this hidden gem in Memphis.
  • One of the best collections of Jade and Ivory carvings from asia
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  • This basement museum was an enjoyable hour or two at a very reasonable (~$5) price point. Located in downtown Memphis off of Beale Street, I was kind of surprised to not see anyone else at the exhibit, because it's a perfect location to input a little culture into your food, shopping, and drinking experience of downtown Memphis. The exhibits were educational, exquisite, and well maintained covering mostly ancient Asian art (Jade and Ivory) and modern (1990s or later) Judaic art.
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