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Virtual Tour of POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews

Date(s) - Tuesday, October 13th
12:00 pm CDT - 1:00 pm CDT


Jewish Museum Milwaukee is proud to present GLOBAL MUSEUM PASSPORT: Virtual Home Edition


Travel to exciting destinations and visit venues around the world from the comfort of your couch with Jewish Museum Milwaukee’s new online adventure series, ‘Global Museum Passport: Virtual Home Edition’. Partnering with international colleagues, we will journey to different countries each month to tour special exhibitions, traverse historical sites, and view collection highlights. From Poland to the UK and Russia to Israel, expert staff will share their knowledge and insights, guiding you through unique museum experiences and bringing a distinctive dimensionality to your virtual excursions.

Virtual Tour of POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews

Warsaw’s renowned POLIN is a historical museum that presents the 1000 years of Jewish life in the Polish lands. Opened in 2013 as the result of an unprecedented public-private partnership of the Association of the Jewish Historical Institute, the City of Warsaw, and the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, the Museum sits within the boundaries of the Warsaw Ghetto. It is located in Muranów, a neighborhood that was once home to Warsaw’s Jewish community.  The new temporary exhibit, Here is Muranów, explores this now residential district veiling a unique, multi-layered history of Warsaw. Join us for a virtual tour revealing unknown dimensions of the past, present, and the future of the City for its residents, today. Followed by a Q & A session with expert members of POLIN’s staff. 

This program will be shown via Zoom, please register to receive the full login information.

– Museum Members FREE
– Nonmembers $10 | BECOME A MEMBER AND SAVE


About POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews

POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews’ Mission is to recall and preserve the memory of the history of Polish Jews, contributing to the mutual understanding and respect amongst Poles and Jews as well as other societies of Europe and the world.  

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