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The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art, Tulsa
(4.6/5 based on 45 reviews on the web)
Through the lens of both fine art and artifacts, the collection provides a testament and tribute to the resiliency of the Jewish people and those who seek to learn more about them. Special exhibits and events showcase works representing Jewish artists from historic to modern times. The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art is located on the Zarrow Campus at 2021 E 71st St in Tulsa and is open to the public Monday through Friday, 10 am to 5 pm, and on Sunday, 1 to 5 pm. Fig Café and Bakery available for lunch on weekdays 11 am -2 pm.
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  • The Sherwin Miller museum of Jewish Art is well worth the visit. The museum has items that are quite unique as well as the traditional items we see in Jewish museums. It's small and well crafted, and ...  more »
  • The museum is small, but well worth the visit. I was truly impressed with the artifacts and history. Usually they have a new additional display every few months. It is great. 
  • My heart goes out to the Jewish people and this museum brings home the devastation of the holocaust. But the museum is not just about that it gives wonderful information about the Jewish religion and ...  more »
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  • Is it free? Of course not. Despite the absence of any forensic evidence of a single death by gas at a German concentration camp, Jewish supremacists are so confident of their lucrative narrative's credibility, that they seek to outlaw rational scrutiny and examination of it. Chemist Germar Rudolf, historians Ernst Zundel, David Irving, and untold others have gone to jail for posing logical questions about this myth, which falls apart under logic and critical consideration. But Jews have netted and continue to net hundreds of billions of dollars from this lie. It's remarkable considering that there actually is proof of Jewish Bolsheviks' murdering more Christians than German Socialists having ever killed Jews. Considering Jews' consistently earning the enmity of all hosts unfortunate enough to give them sanctuary across the world and throughout time, it's nerve to insist that Jews are always the victims and blameless when it comes to eons of Egyptians, Europeans, and even Central Americans driving them out. Jews showed their gratitude to America via the Rosenbergs, the Communist Party USA, the criminalization of Christianity, Jacob Javits' 1965 Immigration Act that's making America a minority white country, the assault on free speech by the ADL and SPLC, and Israel's repeated theft of American military secrets and selling them to the USSR and now to Communist China.
  • Its a great little museum for Tulsa. It tries very hard to portray Jewish history and Jewish art. It has some great traveling art displays out of proportion to its size. The grounds are beautiful and relaxing. I highly recommend it for everyone.
  • I could spend all day there! please go! EDUCATION, Art Respects our History. Everyone Everyone should go 3 or 4 times a yr. new spotlight artists works are displayed. All Schools in USA should come for field trips.
  • Diverse details in Judaic studies. A must visit while attending Oral Roberts University!
  • This is a great museum for its size and location. I found it more interesting and informative than many larger, cultural museums.