Museums in the US
Museum of the Southern Jewish Experience
Located in New Orleans, Louisiana, this museum “explores the many ways that Jews in the American South influenced and were influenced by the distinct cultural heritage of their new homes.” The site describes the museum's holdings and events.
Dennis & Phillip Ratner Museum
The museum has been established with one purpose in mind: to foster love of the Hebrew Bible through the graphic arts. You can view works in progress and finished pieces in the areas of Genesis, Exodus, Song of Songs, Kabbalah, the Ratner Bible, and heroes and heroines and learn about museum programs at its home in Bethesda, Maryland.
Florida Holocaust Museum
From this home page you can find general information about the museum, its history, traveling exhibits, teaching materials, and events, as well as search its library catalog online.
Goldring Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life
The institute provides educational and rabbinic services to small Jewish communities in the American South. Its website describes its programs and events and features the Museum of the Southern Jewish Experience.
Holocaust Memorial Center
The the website for this museum, located in Farmington Hills, Michigan, provides information about the museum and its activities. Of particular interest are the extensive set of links about the Holocaust and Jewish genealogy.
Jewish Museum of Florida
Located in Miami Beach, Florida, this site housed at Florida International University provides details about the museum and its collection devoted to the history of the Jews in Florida.
Jewish Museum of Maryland
The site provides details about the activities, collections, and exhibits of this museum in Baltimore dedicated to Jewish history in Maryland. Of particular note are the historical timeline of Baltimore Jewry and the searchable online database of regional Jewish history and information.
Jewish Museum of Milwaukee
“The Jewish Museum Milwaukee is dedicated to preserving and presenting the history of the Jewish people in southeastern Wisconsin and celebrating the continuum of Jewish heritage and culture.” The website provides information about the exhibits and events of the museum.
Jewish Museum of New Jersey
This site provides information about the events and exhibits of the museum housed in historic Congregation Ahavas Sholom, a state and national landmark and the oldest continually active synagogue in Newark.
Jewish Museum of the American West
This virtual museum is a project of the Western States Jewish History Association, which is dedicated to the discovery, collection and dissemination of items and information pertaining to the Pioneer Jews of the American West. The site also provides an index to the journal from the group.
Museum of Jewish Heritage
This New York City museum is devoted to life before, during and after the Holocaust. Its website describes its programs and events and offers some online exhibits.
National Museum of American Jewish Military History
The home page of this museum located in Washington, DC describes the exhibits and activities of this museum that “documents and preserves the contributions of Jewish Americans to the peace and freedom of the United States.”
Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education
Located in Portland, this organization incorporates the archives of the Jewish Historical Society of Oregon. In addition to information about the museum, there are also details about its educational programs and collections of artifacts, photographs, documents, oral histories, fine art and sound archives.
The Magnes Collection of Jewish Life and Art
Housed at the University of California at Berkeley, this site provides information about the museum and its collections, along with access to The Jewish Digital Narratives that explore the networks of Jewish life in California and beyond and material about Jews in the Golden State.
Yeshiva University Museum
Information about the exhibits, programs, collections and publications of this museum in New York that "provides a window into Jewish culture around the world and throughout history."