How can we enhance our time at the Museum or in Philadelphia?
The National Museum of American Jewish History offers a variety of special exhibitions, engaging public programs, including lectures, film screenings, performances, discussions, and more. Additionally, the Museum works on an ongoing basis with community partners – theaters, historical sites, museums, restaurants, and more – to create exciting opportunities available exclusively to groups.
Your group can also take advantage of various cultural partnerships. Please see below for joint ticket opportunities currently in effect.
We invite your group to add Beyond Swastika and Jim Crow: Jewish Refugee Scholars at Black Colleges, opening January 15, 2013. This special exhibition tells the unknown story of Jewish Academics who came to America in the 1930's as refugees and found homes, work, and community at historically black colleges in the segregated South.
Learn more about what's happening at the Museum on the day of your visit. Please visit the Museum's Public Programs calendar for more information. Contact Group Services at 215.923.3811 x 141 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information on group discounts to Public Programs.
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 American Revolution
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 their and Philadelphia's history by visiting their 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.
LIMITED TIME OPPORTUNITIES
The Life (and Death) of Harry Houdini
Plays and Players Theater
March 27-April 7
Add some magic to your Philadelphia experience and pair your group visit to NMAJH with a play about the world's greatest escape artist: a Jewish magician who struggled with his faith. Presented by EgoPo Classic Theater,The Life (and Death) of Harry Houdini is a feature of the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts. For more information about the production click here.
Group discounts are available for groups of 15 people or more. Interested groups should contact NMAJH Group Services office at 215-923-3811 x141.
Exclusive offer for NMAJH!
Organize a group of 15 or more to The Mountaintop and enjoy a complimentary ticket for the group planner by calling Group Sales at 215.985.0420 x 104 and mention you were referred by NMAJH. The Mountaintop runs Jan. 18 – Feb. 17, 2013, - Philadelphia Theatre Company at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre, 480 South Broad Street (between Pine & Lombard Streets). For more information about the play, click here.