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Located at the legendary Congregation Ahavas Sholom, The Jewish Museum of New Jersey was founded in 2003 in Newark. This non-profit corporation is New Jersey’s best kept secret as it is housed in a small but active Synagogue in Newark. This museum in Newark is a goldmine of Jewish history that is dated back to approximately 400 years. This centre of art is one of the largest promoters of Jewish art in the city as it not only encourages the creation but also the preservation of old pieces. In its constant endeavours to promote the richness of Jewish art, it organises permanent, rotating and travelling exhibitions.
Address : 145 Broadway, Newark, NJ 07104, United States
Timings : Sundays from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Pre requisite : Open only through an appointment.
Entry fee : Negligible charge levied
Contact : +1 973-485-2609, (973) 485-2609
Must visit : The gift shop
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Events : Few are free of cost.
Accessibility facilities : Elevator available
Time required : Two hours
Restrooms : Not available
Wheelchair access : No
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