Open to the public starting August 23
Open Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday
By advance-purchase, timed-ticket reservation only
10:30 AM, 12:30 PM, 2:30 PM: The Interactive Biography of Stanley Bernath + Self-guided Museum Tour
Start your visit in the theater with Holocaust Survivor Stanley Bernath’s Dimensions in Testimony Interactive Biography then enjoy a self-guided tour of our two galleries.
10 AM, 12 PM, 2 PM: Self-guided Museum Tour Only
Enjoy a self-guided tour of our two galleries.
10 AM – 5 PM: Drop-in to shop at the Museum Store (no reservation required)
Shop for Judaica and specialty gifts from global artisans ranging in style from whimsical to sophisticated.
$10 (Ages 12+); $5 (Ages 5-11); Free (Age 4 and under)
Members are always free
To become a member, contact Michelle Feinberg (email@example.com)
Our first priority is the safety of our visitors and staff, which is why we have implemented protocols aligned with CDC recommendations, including:
- Masks will be required for entry to the building
- Prior to entry, visitors will have their temperature taken and review health screening questions
- Signage reminders for six feet social distancing while in the building
More information is available on the Re-Opening Q&A online.
Holiday Hours 2020
The museum is free and open to the public on:
Martin Luther King Jr. Day – January 20, 2020
President’s Day – February 17, 2020
Christmas Day – December 25, 2020
The museum is closed on:
New Year’s Day – January 1, 2020
1st Day Passover – April 9, 2020
7th Day Passover – April 15, 2020
Memorial Day – May 25, 2020
Independence Day – July 4, 2020
Labor Day – September 7, 2020
Rosh Hashanah – September 19, 2020
Yom Kippur – September 28, 2020
Thanksgiving Day – November 26, 2020
New Year’s Day – January 1, 2021
The museum closes at 3pm on:
Erev Passover – April 8, 2020
Erev Rosh Hashanah – September 18, 2020
Erev Yom Kippur – September 27, 2020
Visitors are welcome to take and share photographs of the museum and its exhibits per the following guidelines:
- Flash photography is not permitted
- All equipment must be hand-held
- All special exhibits are subject to copyright restrictions
- Visitors cannot climb, lean, sit or place props on Museum displays
The Museum reserves the right to stop visitors from using their phones and handheld cameras at its discretion, especially if photography efforts interfere with visitors’ privacy or use, access to and enjoyment of the exhibitions.
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Media are invited to film for the purpose of news coverage when accompanied by Museum staff and with the advance approval of the Maltz Museum’s Director of Marketing & Communications.