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In this high-tech fun-filled museum you won't find any "do not touch" or "keep off" signs. Children are encouraged to make full use of the creative, hands-on exhibits such as a Sabbath dinner table big enough to walk on, a working television...more
I've been wanting to visit the museum for a long time, well today I had the opportunity.
Overall the concept is great, and it does a great job at telling the biblical history and Jewish religious laws and festivals.
Some sections were run down others...More
This museum is to educate children, Jewish and not about the Jewish culture. But do not think there’s only exhibits for kids. The 30 ft collage by the world famous artist, Michoel
Muchnik is worth going to see without anything else. You can look at...More
This was an interesting experience of getting to know and see how the Jewish community keep and restore their culture, starting from children play ground, toys and games, food they eat and their overall behavior.
The museum, located in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, is across the street from Lubavitcher World Headquarters. It’s an experience not to be missed. The four floors have something for kids of all ages. Hands-on exhibits and displays bring Jewish history and tradition to life. Young visitors...More
What a great local museum for Jewish children in Brooklyn. Our family of 5 little ones all had a great time. We went on a Sunday in the summer and it was not busy at all. Although on busy days it will get crowed and...More
I would like to point out, that the museum is not a museum by jews for jews. It is about tolerance and who does not need that?
The Jewish Children’s Museum is about teaching tolerance to children of all faith and backgrounds. On of it`s...More
I would not suggest anyone visit tbis place. Iy is DIRTY,outdated,boring and did i mention DIRTY. Its such a shame. I was so excited to take my kids to this museum and enjoy this but it was so bad and the experience was horrible! I...More
To be clear, this is a museum in the manner of the Lubavitch sect of Judaism. I think that non-Jews would be confused as to what is going on. My son loved this museum as it really brought bible stories to life. They have a...More