At the Museum of Jewish Heritage, you can learn a great deal about modern Jewish life from the perspectives of those who have lived it. From the beginning of the 20th century through World War II and beyond, the museum places the Holocaust in a larger context, telling the stories of the survivors from their lives before the war to their lives in its aftermath through photographs, artifacts and video. In addition, the Keeping History Center presents immigrant stories in an award-winning, interactive, digital experience that links the past to the present. Take a moment to stop and reflect in the Garden of Stones, dedicated to the memory of those who perished in the Holocaust and in honor of those who survived. Temporary exhibitions on special topics complement the themes of the main exhibition and extend the exploration of Jewish life in many directions. With this offer, you can buy now and attend on any date the museum is open.