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The Museum offers tickets for Adults (ages 22-64) $12, Youths (ages 13-21) $11, Children (12-under) free, Active Military (with ID) free, Seniors (65+) $11. This museum offers dynamic and always intriguing exhibits. The history and evolution of the...more
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Easily understood in its layout. Each floor gives another time frame and theme of Jewish migration throughout the US. Seeing how Washington supported the Jewish people and was inclusive was so interesting. Informative, interesting and good flow. When you reach the ground level the grand...More
So it's no secret to my tripadvisor friends followers that I was born in the U.S.and lived in the U.S. (albeit many years ago). So how is it that I never knew about this museum, which was established in 1976?
Despite being an active member...More
Stopped in on a whim during a free admission day. Highly recommend. The museum is beautiful: the building itself is stunning, but the displays are also very visually attractive. While it does deal with a tragic history, the museum also celebrates what it means to...More
I only learned of the National Museum of American Jewish History by looking at "Things to Do" on Trip Advisor. I was very glad that I found it and made the time to see it. The exhibits were well thought out and informative. The only...More
I was not prepared to go through such an intensive screening as if we are all suspects -device screening stretching out my arms with an armed security officer with a metal detector going all over me with arms stretched, simply for wanting to got to...More
Went on a field trip here with my daughter's fourth grade class. It was a wonderful experience! Very educational. They did a great job taking the groups around the museum, and teaching them about the different lives and times. There's so much I didn't see,...More
Yes! The first floor of the Museum is always free-of-charge, which means you can visit our Museum Store and Only in America Gallery (featuring Steven Spielberg's camera, Jonas Salk's polio vaccine vial, Estee Lauder's... More
Yes! The first floor of the Museum is always free-of-charge, which means you can visit our Museum Store and Only in America Gallery (featuring Steven Spielberg's camera, Jonas Salk's polio vaccine vial, Estee Lauder's datebook, and more) - for free.
Free public "Highlights" tours (~60 minutes) are usually offered at 11:30am and 2:30pm every day the Museum is open. Availability is subject to change, so please check at the Admissions Desk on the day of your visit for... More
Free public "Highlights" tours (~60 minutes) are usually offered at 11:30am and 2:30pm every day the Museum is open. Availability is subject to change, so please check at the Admissions Desk on the day of your visit for confirmed times. Please note that space on these tours is limited; interested visitors should request tour badges from Admissions to reserve a spot, which are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, please visit our website.