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The Breman Museum, Atlanta

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#20 of 37 in Museums in Atlanta
The Breman Museum, a preeminent cultural center in the Southeast, connects people of all backgrounds in understanding and appreciation of Jewish history, culture and arts. Its midtown Atlanta location hosts a special, permanent Holocaust exhibition highlighting the resilience of local survivors, plus comprehensive archives on Southern Jewish History, the most extensive of their kind. The museum’s galleries are a showcase for exclusive exhibitions and compelling displays. Known for its events, concerts, lectures, genealogy resources, educational workshops, and enlightening tours for visitors of all ages, the Breman Museum welcomes the public to view its galleries Sunday through Thursday 10 AM – 5 PM and Friday 10 AM - 4 PM. Free parking available. Make The Breman Museum part of your personalized Atlanta itinerary using our Atlanta trip itinerary website .
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  • We went on Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) so admission was free (which we were not expecting!) There was an awesome traveling exhibit of Houdini, and the lobby had a lot of info about...  more »
  • Just across from the World of Puppetry Arts, this was a fine museum and I'm glad we went. The Dauman photography exhibit was excellent and well curated. The Holocaust exhibit was sobering and...  more »
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  • I ventured here with a few co-workers and have to say that it was quite fascinating. We took a tour and a lovely guide who was so informative, funny, and patient. 5 stars!
  • Went to check out the Houdini exhibit. You have to user the buzzer to get into the parking area. The staff was super friendly. We spent about an hour in the Houdini exhibit. There's a ton of information, it can be overwhelming. After going through the temporary Houdini exhibit, we quickly wandered through the permanent collections, but decided those exhibits would require a separate dedicated trip. We'll be back for sure. Definitely a place in Atlanta to see. I'm not Jewish, but it still presents an important perspective of history.

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