Admission tickets include access to our exhibitions Survivors: Faces of Life After the Holocaust, The Holocaust: What Hate Can Do, Andy Goldsworthy’s Garden of Stones. Tickets for Courage to Act: Rescue in Denmark, are on a timed basis. When you purchase tickets to the Museum, you will receive an email confirmation with a prompt to sign up for a specific time.
Public programs require separate registration and may charge additional fees. Visit our events calendar to see a list of upcoming programs.
Lox at Cafe Bergson is open and free to the public; no ticket purchase is necessary. Lox is open when the Museum is open. Lox is Glatt Kosher and offers new takes on Jewish and Russian food.
The Museum of Jewish Heritage, like most American Jewish institutions, maintains strong security measures. During this time, we have increased them. The safety of all our visitors – students and adults alike – is our primary concern.
Days and Hours
The hours for the current week are:
Generally, the Museum is open Sunday and Wednesday from 10 AM – 5 PM ET, Thursday from 10 AM – 8 PM, and Friday from 10 AM – 3 PM. Last admission to the Museum is 30 minutes prior to closing time.
In the event of holidays or late openings/early closings, the hours will be slightly different.
Lox at Cafe Bergson is open and free to the public. No ticket purchase is necessary. Lox is open when the Museum is open but closes at 3pm on Fridays.
- Adult: $18.00
- Senior: $12.00
- ADA/Access: $12.00
- Veteran: $12.00
- Student (Required to show School ID at check-in): $12.00
- Child (12 and under): Free
FREE HOURS: Admission to the Museum is free on Thursdays between 4 – 8 PM. To reserve your advance free admission, please choose a Thursday from our admission ticketing calendar and change the time dropdown to 4:00 PM.
We always provide free admission to Holocaust Survivors, active members of the military, first responders, educators with current ID cards, and NYC DOE K-12 students. If this applies to you, please contact us at 646-437-4202 to schedule your visit.
Digital Guide to the Museum
The Museum is proud to partner with the Bloomberg Connects app, which includes our audio guide to The Holocaust: What Hate Can Do. Visit bloombergconnects.org to download the app and our audio guide on your phone for information about the Museum, visitor guides, and resources about the Museum from anywhere. Please bring headphones with you to listen to the audio guide in the Museum.
- All visitors to the Museum must pass through security.
- Food and drink are not allowed in the exhibition galleries.
- Backpacks, strollers, large bags, and other large items are not allowed in the galleries. Please ask at the Visitor Services desk if you need to check your belongings.
Thank you in advance for your understanding.
Holidays and Early Closings
The Museum welcomes all visitors. Learn more about how we make our exhibitions, programs, and facilities accessible to everyone.
We hope to see you soon.
Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust
Edmond J. Safra Plaza
36 Battery Place
New York, NY 10280