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National Museum of American Jewish History

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Business Information

  • Established in 1976
  • Non Profit view similiar »
  • Located in Philadelphia County
  • 65 Full-Time Employees
  • $1 Mil - $9 Mil in Annual Revenue

Business Description

The National Museum of American Jewish History, located on historic Independence Mall in Philadelphia, brings to life the 350-year history of Jews in America. Tracing the stories of how Jewish immigrants became Jewish Americans, the Museum invites visitors of all backgrounds to share their own stories and reflect on how their histories and identities shape and are shaped by the American experience. An open door for all, NMAJH honors the past and contributes to a better future by sharing the power of imagination and ideas, culture and community, leadership and service, in ways that turn inspiration into action.

Featuring more than 1,200 artifacts, as well as original films and 13 state-of-the-art interactive displays, the exhibition showcases how an immigrant population flourished under freedom and highlights the diverse backgrounds and experiences of Jews in this country.

The Museum interprets how Jews shape and are shaped by America, explores the blessings and challenges of freedom, and provides opportunities for visitors to contribute their own stories.

Rental Space
With its stunning interior and spectacular, one-of-a-kind views of Independence Mall, and with more than 20,000 square feet of event space on multiple levels, the new five-story Museum is the perfect venue for special events and meetings.

Cafe
No visit to the Museum would be complete without a stop at the Museum's dairy and vegetarian café, Pomegranates Café. Overlooking Market Street with seating for 35, Pomegranates Café offers visitors light fare, specialty coffees and dairy snacks and beverages.

Museum Store
The Museum Store offers an upscale collection of traditional and contemporary Judaica, wedding gifts and ketubot (Jewish marriage contracts), books, and NMAJH logo items. Shop in person or browse items online at judaicashop.net.

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  • Member Since 1997

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National Museum of American Jewish History: C Suite Speaker Series: Financial Expert Amanda Steinberg

Posted to Event by Ms. Ivy Barsky of National Museum of American Jewish History at 11:24 AM

Presented in partnership with NextGen
8:30am - 9:30am
$25 (includes a copy of Steinberg's "Worth It" and a light breakfast)

Financial expert Amanda Steinberg launched DailyWorth in 2009 to bring a fresh voice and an outsider’s perspective to personal finance. Forbes named her one of the twenty-one New American Money Masters. DailyWorth.com has made Forbes’s 100 Best Websites for Women three years running.

While tailored to women, Amanda's advice will appeal to anyone who wants a better handle on his or her financial future. She will discuss her own career path, including entrepreneurialism, making career shifts and difficult decisions, running her own business, and how her Jewish identity has impacted it all.

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New Member Discount Posted!

Posted to Discounts by Ms. Ivy Barsky of National Museum of American Jewish History at 3:14 PM

Discount to NMAJH Lecture - Getting Ahead: Immigrants, Business, and Ethnic Identity Beth Wenger, NMAJH historian and Professor of History and Director of the Jewish Studies Program at the University of Pennsylvania, will moderate a group of leading scholars engaged in a broad consideration of immigrants and business, specifically focusing on Italians, Jews, Koreans, and others, exploring these diverse immigrant experiences in comparative context. Reception to follow. Code 110 – enter code at checkout for a $5 ticket ($3 off).

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