Take a stroll through the history books at the Saint John Jewish Historical Museum in New Brunswick.
This fascinating museum has become, in many respects, the public face of the Jewish community in Saint John.
The museum preserves and displays the history of the local Jewish community, and tells the stories to visitors just like you.
Suited towards the older kids, it's a fascinating day out where the whole family can learn and important part of Saint John's past, and how it's shaped the present, and ultimately the future.
Just two blocks from Kings Square, the museum has a number of exhibits that embrace the past, from Remembering Jewish Veterans, and the Changing Role of Jewish Women in Saint John.
Some of the exhibits are permanent, and some are always change annually so there will always be something new for you to go and back experience.
An eye opening, important and fascinating museum in Saint John, Canada, where kids can immerse themselves in the Jewish history and culture. An invaluable family day out in Canada.
Members are free
They are closed on Jewish holidays which are: Shavuot – May 21, Rosh Hashanah – September 10 and 11, Yom Kippur - September 19, Sukkot – September 24 and 25, Simchot Torah – October 1 and 2.
There are plenty of places in the area to grab something to eat before or after your visit!
The Saint John Jewish Historical Museum is located in Uptown Saint John, just two blocks from Kings Square
Just give them a call to check the accessibility of the museum, they will be happy to help
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10am - 4pm weekdays. (1pm - 4pm Sun - July & Aug only
Open early May to early Nov. Closed on Jewish holidays
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