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This is a very good museum about the history of Jewish people in Northeast Ohio, and their impact on the area. There is a sobering presentation on the Holocaust, of which one must never forget. We also visited an excellent temporary exhibition on the 70th...More
We always try to visit local Jewish Museums when we travel and have visited many all over the world. We were very impressed with this fabulous site. Although we are not from Ohio, we found the story of Jews from this part of the country...More
This is an architecturally designed beautiful facility featuring a history of Cleveland's Jewish Community. It has a museum of Judaica which is outstanding. It also has a section on world Jewry and the Holocaust.
There is no other way to truly understand what really happened in the Holocaust, until you go through this shocking museum from start to finish. The evidence is profound; the movies, the interviews and the well caught camera footage is mind blowing. We shall never...More
The Maltz Museum is a Cleveland treasure. The Museum is so nice and it is so respectful and poignant about the Holocaust. It also tells history of the Jewish life, survival and Revival!! When you go to the Maltz, you will leave with a new...More
The Maltz Museum is very interesting. The displays and information are very easy to understand. I learned new things about my heritage and about Cleveland. I would suggest any visitor to Cleveland would enjoy the museum.
My family visited this museum last week. I planned a 2-hour visit and ended up staying for 4 hours! What a wonderful, informative museum. The art collection alone is worth the trip. We learned so much about the history of Jews in Cleveland and they...More
Great exhibit of Jews in Medicine. The exhibit provides an education of the Jewish people's many contribution to medicine, their struggles to get into medical during the latter quarter of the nineteenth century and during the twentieth century prior to WWII. It is an exhibit...More
From the outside a very modern building and you wonder how much it holds. Surprisingly it holds a lot of artifacts, memorabilia, phot6, Judaic, etc. The halls are well lit and information abounds. It is a must see, not only is it about the Jews...More