Breman Jewish Heritage Museum

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O V E R V I E W
Facility:Breman Jewish Heritage Museum
Description:The Breman celebrates and commemorates the Jewish experience and universal themes of diversity and human dignity. This is accomplished by collecting, preserving, interpreting and teaching Jewish values, culture and history. All of this is inspried by the dedication and courage of theJewish people. As such, the Museum desires to impact behavior and promote mutual respect and understanding.

The Breman is committed to serving students and teachers from a broad spectrum of schools. They offer guided class visits, pre- and post-visit curriculum materials, classroom speakers, library resources including ready-to-use lesson plan packs, and professional development workshops for educators and lifelong learners.
A D D R E S S
Address 1:1440 Spring St NW
Address 2:
City:Atlanta
State/Province:GA
Zip Code:30309
V I S I T I N G   I N F O
Hours:Monday - Thursday from 10 - 5, Friday from 10 - 3, and Sunday from 1 - 5.

Closed Saturdays and most Jewish and many secular holidays. Special programs are generally offered on the Friday following Thanksgiving & on December 25th
Admission:Free for members.
Adults: $10
Seniors (62 and over): $6
Students: $4
Children ages 3-6: $2
Children under 3 enter free of charge
Group rates available.
Telephone:(678) 222-3700
Website:http://www.thebreman.org
R E V I E W S
Thereasa W., Co-op Member
We went here while my daughter was studying World War II. They have an excellent Holocaust exhibit. It really helps students understand what happened better, I felt. Be warned:it contains a lot of photographs and some of them are probably too disturbing for young children. They also have a great little bookstore which had some of the more popular titles for children covering the Holocaust. I found my daughter, who thought she had read all she wanted on the topic, wanted to read one of the books they suggested after the tour. It is definitely a great conversation starter for higher level moral discussions.
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