Treasured and irreplaceable family photographs; heirloom Sabbath candlesticks; a wedding present of wooden clogs; a tin Hanukkah menorah with 17 candleholders so that two families could share —these are some of the many Museum objects that share generations’ worth of stories about Jewish heritage and life before, during, and after the Holocaust. Explore the cultural heritage of Jewish communities worldwide, discovering the artistic expressions, spiritual connections, and intellectual contributions that have shaped Jewish life for centuries.