National Museum of American Jewish History

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National Museum of American Jewish History – The ground-level Only In America® Gallery/Hall of Fame celebrates the lives and achievements of 19 Jewish-Americans. The space boasts some big-name artifacts: Albert Einstein’s pipe and Steven Spielberg’s Super 8 camera, among others. Free. 101 S. Independence Mall East, (215) 923-3811, nmajh.orgNational Museum of American Jewish History – The ground-level Only In America® Gallery/Hall of Fame celebrates the lives and achievements of 19 Jewish-Americans. The space boasts some big-name artifacts: Albert Einstein’s pipe and Steven Spielberg’s Super 8 camera, among others. Free. 101 S. Independence Mall East, (215) 923-3811, nmajh.org

One block from the Independence Visitor Center, this contemporary, multi-story venue tells the true, compelling stories of early to modern Jewish migrants to the United States, the more than 360-year history of Jewish Life in America. NMAJH offers wheelchair access throughout, and loans standard wheelchairs free of charge to visitors on a first-come, first-served basis—a form of I.D. is required as collateral. All films and videos are captioned, and assistive listening devices are available without charge for Dell Theater programs. All way-finding signage includes Braille. While most artifacts are not touchable, there are child-friendly props and costumes throughout the galleries. Service dogs are welcome. Paid personal care attendants accompanying their clients are admitted free of charge. 101 S. Independence Mall East, (215) 923-3811, nmajh.org