1. Elizabeth Duplessy

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    This is an amazing museum!!! It was such a rich experience learning the Jewish culture and traditions. As an African American, this museum opened my eyes to a different world and a different people that are not so different after all. This was one of the camp experiences that the children I taught learned so much from and had great fun. I wish that we all can do more activities and venture off into learning more about one another. It will surely rid our society of prejudices. An experience such as this, I, nor about 50 black children, will ever forget!

  2. Adam Haller

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    Up to visit Sabba and Safta for a long weekend, the kids were delighted to skip Religious School that weekend, until I told them they were going to go to the Jewish Children’s Museum instead. “Oh Dad, please don’t make us, nooooo. please no…..” set in with them. However, once, there, they had a blast! Its Purim time, and there were adults in full costume. The exhibits were hands on and the kids were running from place to place, floor to floor. My oldest even said to me it was the best religious teaching she ever had, versus sitting in a classroom or Shul and listening to “blah, blah, blah”. That’s right, the one who I had to drag there, was all smiles. We put meaningful prayers on slips of paper into their mock-up of the Kotel. Who knew all this was in Brooklyn? Naturally, we were hungry after the running around, and enjoyed the kosher cafe on site. While the lunch area itself was more akin to a burger dive than Tavern on the Green, the food was tasty, and again the kids loved the food too. On top of it all, we pulled up and found a street parking spot directly in front of the building. What could be improved? They need more visitors and more budget to keep their exhibits up to date. Also, given the specific target of Jewish education, people of other faiths might feel underwhelmed or confused.

  3. Alla Koretsky

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    Really great museum for all ages. Rooftop mini golf. Interactive exhibits. Life size animals from noahs ark and even a little toddler, baby ball pit play area. Had a great time with my boys. Highly recommend!

  4. A Google User

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    Very inspiring great for kids to get to know their Jewish heritage. I heared they are opening a new floor.

  5. A Google User

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    Great job! My kids loved it and want to go again. I wish it can be cheaper