An Update on COVID-19: Museum and Program Closures

Dear Friends,

The health and safety of our staff and visitors is our first priority. As part of the international effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage will be closed starting Tuesday, March 17 with plans of reopening to the public on Tuesday, April 7. All public programs are cancelled until after May 11.

During this time, all programs will be cancelled, including The 12th Annual Stop the Hate Award Ceremony, scheduled to take place at Severance Hall on April 2. This event will not occur in its traditional fashion as a public gathering. We are currently in conversation on how to re-organize the scholarship competition for students in grades 6 – 12. Please check back for updates as they are announced.

The Museum Store will be open by appointment. Administrative staff is working remotely and can be reached via email through our website.

Thank you for your understanding. We hope to see you at the Museum and around town soon!

Thank you,
David Schafer
Managing Director