Friday, December 25, 2015
Museum hours: 10 am - 5 pm
Schedule of activities below.
Snowy. Jewish. Happy. Caring. Buddhist. Generous. Family. Creative. Friendly. Sparkly.
Fill in your own blank and join us for our annual day of family fun.
Sponsored by the Robert Saligman Jewish Heritage Fund
Schedule of Activities
10:30 am • 12 pm • 1 pm • 2 pm
Live music from Emmy Award-winning Alex & the Kaleidoscope will get the
whole family on the dance floor • New for 2015!
Each set is approximately 30 - 45 minutes
11 am - 4 pm
Get your hands dirty with returning favorite, The Clay Studio
Make a self-drying clay dove, a universal symbol of peace
11:30 am & 1:00 pm
Tickle your funny bone with stand-up comedy from returning funny man, The Great
Best for ages 5+
10:30 am • 11:30 • 12:30 pm • 1:30 • 2:30
Kids: grab an adult, pull up a carpet tile, and gather 'round for Storytime!
10 am - 3 pm
Face Painting & Balloon Art
2:15 pm The Three Stooges in Men in Black (1934, 19 min)
2:45 pm The Three Stooges in Pop Goes the Easel (1935, 20 min)
3:15 pm The Marx Brothers' beloved classic,A Night at the Opera (1935, 95 min)
You can also enjoy make-and-take crafts, a quieter game room when you need some down time, and more than 360 years of American Jewish History, of course!
Museum Café • 10 am - 3 pm
Our regular Museum Café is turning into all-day coffee shop with lighter fare including soups, salads, hot drinks, pastries, and more…yum! Located on the 1st floor (through the Museum Store)
Kashrut: The Museum Café is vegetarian and dairy and not under Rabbinical supervision.
Pop-up Museum Café • 11 am - 3 pm
Courtesy of Hamifgash Glatt Kosher Grill • Click here for the Dec 25 NMAJH menu
Enjoy glatt kosher meat and vegetarian selections from Philly kosher fave, Hamifgash. This yummy, family-friendly fare is available for purchase on our 5th floor, with plenty of seating in the heart of the action.
Located on the 5th floor
Kashrut: Glatt Kosher certification by Ko Kosher
Pop into one of the best Museum stores around • All Day
Located on the 1st floor
Strollers are permitted in the Museum but indoor stroller parking will be
available. You may find that navigating
the galleries will be more comfortable without a stroller so please plan