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Museum of Jewish Heritage

36 Battery Place, Edmond J. Safra Plaza, New York City, NY 10280-1502
+1 646-437-4202
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36 Battery Place, Edmond J. Safra Plaza, New York City, NY 10280-1502
Financial District
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Reviewed 31 December 2016 via mobile

Very well thought out place, lots of information and history, very sad stories to read about, it's worth a visit

Thank MairE14
Reviewed 31 December 2016 via mobile

Visited many museums in NYC. Spent 2 days in The Mat and 1 whole day in this museum, that was not in my initial plan. Finished my own NYC tour faster than my schedule. Spent my latest day in this museum. They have so many...More

Thank floipy
Reviewed 26 December 2016

This is a place that you have to go, to understand how much jewish people has suffered during and even before the second war. And understand that we, as humans beings can't let it happen again.

Thank Marina R
Reviewed 20 December 2016

try and get a tour because it is an expanse of information Difficult to absorb especially when elderly It is $12 dollars but free with city pass

Thank lynne l
Reviewed 13 December 2016

This museum is much more than a place dedicated to the Holocuast. It teaches about Jewish life, language, and culture. It beautifully shares the past, present, and future, of the Jewish people in a way accessible to people of all faiths and ages. I recommend...More

Thank GlobetrotterNYC212
Reviewed 5 December 2016 via mobile

While the first floor is closed to the public for renovations, the second and third floors are fulfilling (and free of charge). The second floor features an exhibit on the rise of the Nazis and the Holocaust while the third floor focuses on the Jewish...More

Thank MoeTrav
Reviewed 5 November 2016 via mobile

Entering fee is very fair (especially for students). First floor was closed when I got there so I visited the second and third. One can see some similarities between Yad-Vashem museum in Jerusalem, but the uniqueness here is the relations to the American history (social,...More

Thank Doleviko
Reviewed 31 October 2016

This is so interesting I know everyone who left there life to come to America had to make a life this was a great tour

Thank Deborah M
Reviewed 24 October 2016

i have visted Jewish museums in Israel and Europe and this is outstanding. The holocaust is particularly well presented with sensitivity. Also section on post-Holocaust is excellent. Andy Goldsworthy's Living stones is lovely. Good cafe with Jewish food. No photography.

Thank John W
Reviewed 21 October 2016

This is by far the best audio guide provided by a museum I have experienced! Simply listening to the audio guide allowed me to spend 2 hours in the museum and I totally appreciate the learning experience! The museum is quiet and I did enjoy...More

Thank Enhan
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At the southernmost tip of Manhattan, the Financial
District is where New York City began as a center of
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skyscrapers, and the heart of the Financial District,
home to Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange.
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rkivelevitz
Is the museum appropriate for children ages 7 - 11?
31 August 2016|
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Response from leah262 | Reviewed this property |
I would say the first floor and the garden of stones and if they have a special exhibit, as well. Since I Work there, I personally and professionally feel maybe the 11 year old, if he/she has begun to study the Holocaust... More
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Mary S
Is it open on Mondays
29 June 2015|
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Response from Estell S | Reviewed this property |
Yes
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Federico A
En cuanto tiempo se visita el museo?
13 September 2016|
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Response from Communication S | Property representative |
La visita dura una hora y media a dos horas en general. Si usas la guia de audio gratis, que es disponible in Espanol, la visita dura una hora y media o menos si prefieres.
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