National Museum of American Jewish History
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Exactly as the title suggests. Frequently has free admission days and is quite highly rated.
Located on Independence Mall, the National Museum of American Jewish History delves into the story and contributions of Jewish people in the U.S., from early settlers to history-makers such as Albert Einstein, industry giants like Esteé Lauder and artists and entertainers including Barbra Streisand…
The building (c2007) is the brilliant work of NY architect James Polshek. The thoughtful collection illustrates Jewish life in the USA from past to present.
This site explores the history of Judaism in the United States, from the 1600s until modern day.
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