The Museum Of Jewish Heritage Is Reopening

The Museum Of Jewish Heritage Is Reopening

The Museum of Jewish Heritage (36 Battery Place) is scheduled to reopen its doors again on September 13. To keep everyone safe in the COVID era, the living memorial to the Holocaust has enacted a series of health guidelines worth reviewing before you visit. 

Tickets for admission will become available on their website in the near future, but for now you can mark your calendars for any one of their cultural webinar events via Zoom — including “Yiddish, Anti-Racist Practice, And The Transformation Of Jewish Communities” (August 27) and “Grief: The Biography of a Holocaust Photograph” (September 1).

photo: MJH

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