“THE PLACE TO LEARN ABOUT JEWISH HISTORY IN THE MIDWEST!”
– TripAdvisor Review, 2017
JMM offers educational programming that showcases the American Jewish experience. A tour of JMM answer questions about the Jewish experience in the US, but also provides a vehicle for your group to discover their own questions. Through docent-led tour, films, interactive displays and exhibit spaces, the Museum provides a forum for discussion about contemporary issues, including immigration, tolerance and civic involvement. The Museum’s engaging display includes a spectacular 14×17’ foot original Marc Chagall Tapestry.
The Museum’s content is directed towards students in grade four and higher and adult groups of all types. JMM has hosted senior centers, churches and synagogues, corporate diversity training programs, book clubs, Red Hat groups, and family reunions. Our tours can be directed toward specific themes like the Holocaust or Immigration or can be focused on presenting a broad sense of the Jewish experience.
A Group Visit to Jewish Museum Milwaukee offers visitors the opportunity to have a guided experience in the Museum, designed for their specific interests. Group tours include a docent-led tour. Workshops and additional experiences are available upon request.
For more information, please contact the visitor services department at 414-390-5730 or firstname.lastname@example.org