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In A Nut Shell

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Geared primarily towards elementary school-aged children, the Jewish Children Museum is a fully-immersive experience in which children of all faiths can gain an understanding of Jewish culture and history.

In recognition of its role in promoting tolerance and respect between communities, programs and intercommunal events are often held at the Museum.

More than 90 interactive exhibits, computer labs, theaters, live Game Show studio, and library make up some of the Museum's current attractions.


The Museum was completed in 2004 at a cost of $35 million. An entire floor of new exhibits entitled "A Voyage Through History" is slated for completion in 2009.

The JCM was designed by award-winning architects Gwathmey Siegel and Associates.

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