How can we enhance our time
at the Museum or in Philadelphia?
The National Museum of American
Jewish History periodically offers special exhibitions and a variety of engaging public programs, including lectures, film screenings, performances, discussions,
Additionally, the Museum regularly works with theaters, historical
sites, and other community partners, to make exciting cultural opportunities
available to our groups. Please see below for any joint-ticketing
opportunities currently in effect.
BETH SHOLOM, An American Synagogue
Combine your visit to the Museum with a visit to
The National Historic Landmark, BETH SHOLOM, the only synagogue designed by
renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright. A joint visit takes approximately 6
hours. Packages start at $19 per person for groups of 15 or more. Please click
here for additional information.
CONGREGATION MIKVEH ISRAEL, Synagogue of the
Augment your visit to the Museum with a visit to
Philadelphia's oldest Jewish congregation, Mikveh Israel. Experience the
traditions of a 200+ year old, active, Sephardic congregation and learn
about its history (and Philadelphia's) by visiting its cemetery. A joint visit
takes approximately 4 hours. Packages start at $15 per person for groups of 15
or more. Please click
here for more information.