William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum


1440 Spring St NW
Atlanta, GA 30309

Phone: 678-222-3700
Phone: 404-873-1661

Map / Directions Map / Directions

Hours:
Mon-Thu 10am-5pm, Fri 10am-3pm, Sun 1pm-5pm

Admission:
Adult $12; Senior (62+) $8; Student $6; Child (3-6) $4; Child (2 and under) Free

Type:
History Museums, Museums

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    William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum


10BEST Says

Museums: Breman Museum of Jewish Heritage and Holocaust Museum highlights the achievements of Jewish people and promotes justice. When you visit, you might see exhibits on the Holocaust, the history of Jewish people and the exhibits focused on the Jewish community in the Atlanta area. Visitors can learn about the contributions that the Jewish people have made to Atlanta from 1845 to the present. Browse through the family photographs, documents and personal belongings of some of the people impacted by the Holocaust. You can also read about the tour before you go, by reading an online gallery guide. The gallery guide explains the pictures and other items shown in the exhibit.


Insider Tips

Local Expert Says:

Museums: "Take a guided tour of Absence of Humanity using your cell phone. You can also download a podcast of the tour from the museum's website."

Best for Museums Because: Rotating exhibits, a tribute to Holocaust survivors and an exhibit dedicatd to preserving and nurturing Jewish life in the South make this a can't-miss.

10Best List photo 10BEST says

Museums: Breman Museum of Jewish Heritage and Holocaust Museum highlights the achievements of Jewish people and promotes justice. When you visit, you might see exhibits on the Holocaust, the history of Jewish people and the exhibits focused on the Jewish community in the Atlanta area. Visitors can learn about the contributions that the Jewish people have made to Atlanta from 1845 to the present. Browse through the family photographs, documents and personal belongings of some of the people impacted by the Holocaust. You can also read about the tour before you go, by reading an online gallery guide. The gallery guide explains the pictures and other items shown in the exhibit.

10Best List photo Insider Tips

Local Expert Lesli Peterson Says:

Museums: "Take a guided tour of Absence of Humanity using your cell phone. You can also download a podcast of the tour from the museum's website."

Best for Museums Because: Rotating exhibits, a tribute to Holocaust survivors and an exhibit dedicatd to preserving and nurturing Jewish life in the South make this a can't-miss.

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