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  1. Relive famous biblical stories and explore traditions and customs. Whether you’re discovering a new culture or celebrating your own heritage, the Jew- ish Children’s Museum is a fun and educational environment for children and parents of all faiths and back- grounds.

  2. Nov 2014 • Family. This museum has hands-on sections for children. It describes the Jewish way of living in modern-day and of years ago. There are exhibits of the matriarchs and patriarchs, the great sites of Israel, photos and models of the Temple and Tabernacle.

  3. The Jewish Museum’s annual fundraising gala gathers more than 900 distinguished members of New York’s corporate, social and cultural communities for a festive dinner and a lively after party in celebration of Purim. 6:30 pm: Cocktails 7:30 pm: Dinner 9:30 pm: After Party CORPORATE HONOREE Brad S. Karp

  4. brooklynjewish.orgHome - BJHI

    Welcome to The Brooklyn Jewish Historical Initiative (BJHI). We maintain this interactive website, organize public programs and events, maintain records and archives both online and in their original state, create oral and video histories which will be accessible online, and make a range of resources available to the public.

  5. The museum is located in the Chabad-Lubavitch Chasidic community of Crown Heights at 792 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, New York, near 770 Eastern Parkway, the headquarters of the Lubavitch movement. Built by architect, Steve H. Wilkowski of Milagros PM, the museum opened in 2004.

  6. Jewish Children's Museum 4.5 39 reviews #55 of 302 things to do in Brooklyn Children's Museums Open now 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Write a review About In this high-tech fun-filled museum you won't find any "do not touch" or "keep off" signs.

  7. The multi-media Jewish Children’s Museum, the first of its kind in the world, opened in 2004 on Brook- lyn’s Museum Row, at the corner of Eastern Parkway and Kingston Avenue in Brooklyn, New York.

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