Museum Of Jewish HeritageFree: Wednesdays 4pm – 8pm

The Museum of Jewish Heritage, located in lower Manhattan, is a living memorial to those who perished in the Holocaust. The Museum’s collection contains more than 25,000 items about modern Jewish history and the Holocaust. Many of these items rotate into the Core Exhibition, while others are featured in temporary exhibitions. The Core Exhibition is housed in a remarkable six-sided building —symbolic of the six points of the Star of David and the six million Jews who died in the genocide.

Address: 36 Battery Pl, New York, NY 10280
Opening Hours: Sun-Tue, Thu 10am – 5:45pm, Wed 10am – 8pm, Fri 10am – 3pm (Winter), 10am – 5pm (Summer)
Direction: Subway 4/5 to Bowling Green Station, 1 to Rector St. Station, R to Whitehall St. or Rector St. Station
Phone: +1 (646) 437-4202

Photo credit: Museum of Jewish Heritage