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Jewish Museum, New York City

(4.3/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web)
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  • My husband and I visited this museum on Jan. 7th to see two special exhibits -" Pierre Chardeau" and "Take Me I'm yours". I had never heard of Chardeau before and the exhibition was a revelation - bea...  more »
  • It looked and felt like this museum was totally based upon what had been donated. The information, even about the holocaust or formation of Israel was sparse, to say the least. There were several unin...  more »
  • Having been to Israel and many other Jewish museums around the world, I was excited to visit this place. The top two floors are a timeline of history, accompanied by artefacts and archeological finds....  more »
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  • Isaac Mizrahi exhibit was amazing! I loved listening to extra info on my phone through the app.
  • Great museum with cool exhibitions. It's free on Saturdays and you can wander trough central park to get there or after you are done
  • A charming museum focused on modern pieces by Jewish artists. The Isaac Mizrahi exhibit was stunning and far more enamoring than photos can capture. The gift shop also has a great selection of mezuzahs.
  • I really enjoyed my visit. I went to see the Take Me I'm Yours exhibit which was awesome but the rest of the museum was outstanding.
  • Visited on a Saturday, when entrance is free because of Sabbath. They close many sections of this small museum on this day and all that's left are a few exhibitions, chronicling the history of the Jews from antiquity to the present time. There is a recurring theme of oppression and injustice committed against the Jewish people, but little discussion on the present-day plight of Palestinians. Their Take-Me-I'm-Yours exhibition was mildly amusing but looked out of place.