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Jewish Museum of Florida - FIU, Miami Beach

Categories: History Museums, Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.4/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web
Jewish Museum of Florida - FIU is located in Miami Beach. To visit Jewish Museum of Florida - FIU on your trip to Miami Beach, use our Miami Beach family vacation planner.
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  • We were in the neighborhood and wanted to explore the Jewish museum. Lots of history throughout the world of Judaism. There was a wonderful photography exhibit and the people there were very friendly ...  read more »
  • I really enjoyed my visit to this museum. It's in a site of old synagogue and has spectacular coloured glass windows and art deco ceilings and lights. The museum is manned by volunteers, so please lea...  read more »
  • We took the walking tour of the old Jewish quarter. Our tour guide, Howard was well informed, had obviously done his homework and was able to guide us around the area giving us information about the r...  read more »
  • I visited this museum a few years ago. I try to visit every museum a city has to offer, so I write this review a little biased due to my positive view of all museums. The volunteer at the museum asked me how I heard about the museum and if I am Jewish. I told her the internet and that I am not Jewish. She then asked if I knew this was a Jewish museum. I told her yes and that I enjoy all museums. That was kind of awkward. Regarding the museum, it was interesting if you really like Florida or Jewish history or the combination of the two. I like Florida history, so I found the museum worthwhile. I would go again if I'm in the area.
  • May 2016 - great sculpture exhibit and unique architecture, free admission on Saturdays, no photography allowed though
  • Worth a visit if you have an interest in Jewish history and have some extra time in Miami Beach. The museum is housed in a former synagogue, and while the exhibit is somewhat confusing to follow (there is a lot of information squeezed into not a lot of room), there are very interesting bits of information and photos to be found throughout.
  • A historic museum housed in restored buildings. Take the tour, the information is worth it.
  • Be mindful that U have to go thru a metal detector to go in and a CWFL is not accepted, overkill security especially in a nice neighborhood like that. I walked right out.
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