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The museum has four parts. You can watch a 30 minute video, a view a traveling exhibit, Atlanta’s Jewish culture, and the Holocaust section. Teacher and student discounts are available, $6 tickets. Allow at least 1 and 1/2 hours. You can reach the museum by...More
Inside the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta is a little museum dedicated to Jewish heritage. They have temporary exhibits; one - "Eighteen Artifacts: A Story of Jewish Atlanta" - was particularly interesting to me, because I wasn't very familiar with the history of Jews in...More
This museum is located directly next to the Center for Puppetry Arts. There are three different exhibits. One about Judisim in ATL, an Iraqi Judisim special exhibit, and the Holocaust exhibit. Ther is a ton of information, which can be overwhelming information overload, but it's...More
This is an excellent museum and facility. There holocaust exhibit is very good and they frequently have special exhibits (such as the one on Dr. Suess) that can be engaging. There is a gift shop and an auditorium. Great place to have in the city...More
Well presented history of the Jewish community in Atlanta. It's a small museum so it's approachable and not overwhelming for younger folk. Pleasant staff and nice gift shop. The permanent exhibit of the Holocaust is very well done and again easy to follow. Please consider...More
History of Jewish life as a part of Atlanta and it's community was well presented and very interesting. Home Depot was founded here by 2 young Jewish entrepreneurs, who used their good fortune to benefit many Atlanta institutions. This and other interesting insights are here....More
Small but worth it. As noted previously, you have to be buzzed in from the street for parking. Tons of pictures and background. I like that it tells the pre-story, starting with WWI, showing the beginning and the escalation---can serve as a warning for us...More
Attended a fantastic movie and talk about/by the Anne Frank of Belgian. Wonderful facility! Sound was good. Seats were comfortable. Entrance today was free. I got a peak in the galleries and learn a little. Excellent!