1298 Madison Ave 2nd Floor
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Only through the generosity of our diverse supporters is the Museum able to carry out its mission to celebrate and share the artistic and cultural heritage of the Jewish people — realized in our expansive collection, world-class exhibitions, and dynamic educational programs for adults, students, and families. There are numerous ways to show your support, from joining our community of Members, to becoming a Corporate Patron, to remembering the Museum in estate plans. Every contribution makes a meaningful and valued impact, helping to sustain us all year long. For more information, please contact us at 212-660-1519 or JMMembership@thejm.org.
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1295 Madison Ave between East 92nd & 93rd Sts
5% discount on rooms. When making a reservation, mention the referral rate and that you are a member of the Jewish Museum; present your membership card at check in
661 Amsterdam Avenue at West 92nd St
5% discount for in-house purchases only
40 East 89th St between Madison & Park Aves
Eight hours for $26
Enter after 10 am. Parking ticket must be validated by Jewish Museum security or admission staff.
60 East 90th St between Madison & Park Aves
212.828.8282 or 212.828.8281
Four hours for $25
No entrance time restrictions. Parking ticket must be validated by Jewish Museum security or admission staff.
One-year subscription (10 issues) for 55% off the newsstand price. All US subscriptions come with Bookforum, our acclaimed literary review, at no extra charge. Enter in code JM to redeem online, or call 212. 475. 4000.
1210 Lexington Ave at 82nd St
20% discount, specializing in framing ketubbot
1200 Lexington Ave between East 81st and 82nd Sts
15% discount at this location only
Antiques, mid-century furnishings, flowers
1285 Madison Ave between East 91st and 92nd Sts
1311 Madison Ave between East 93rd and 94th Sts
10% discount on all merchandise
1266B Madison Ave between East 90th and 91st Sts
15% discount on all merchandise
1163 Madison Ave between East 85th and 86th Sts
10% discount excluding Champagne and liquor items
We are proud to have the support of the following companies.
Please save the date for our Spring Corporate Viewing on Monday, May 15, 6:30 pm.
Curator tours will include:
The Arcades: Contemporary Art and Walter Benjamin
Florine Stettheimer: Painting Poetry and more.
It’s a question charged with meaning, and one we all ask ourselves in life. In 1944, when Frieda Schiff Warburg donated the Warburg family home to the Jewish Museum, she made an extraordinary gift to the Jewish community, as well as to the cultural landscape of New York City. With her generous bequest, she created a legacy that remains present and tangible today.
Over the years, many more individuals have strengthened the Jewish Museum with their own bequests, large and small, and all greatly appreciated. Planned gifts, such as these, help ensure that the Museum will continue to be one of the world’s preeminent centers of art and Jewish culture. We hope that you consider creating a lasting legacy of your own by including the Jewish Museum in your estate plans.
The Jewish Museum’s esteemed Warburg Society honors those individuals who have created a lasting legacy by including the Jewish Museum in their estate plans. Members of The Warburg Society enjoy benefits including:
For more information on planned gifts and The Warburg Society, please contact Jonah Nigh, Director of Major Gifts, at 212.423.3236 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A gift through your will is a simple, straightforward way to make a meaningful contribution to the next generation. A gift made in your will entitles your estate to a charitable tax deduction.
Individuals can make the following kinds of bequests to the Jewish Museum:
“I give, devise, and bequeath to the Jewish Museum in New York, New York, the sum of $____ (or state percentage of estate or a description of the specific asset) for the benefit of the Jewish Museum and its general purposes.”
You may name the Jewish Museum as a beneficiary of all or part of a new or existing life insurance policy or retirement assets. These gifts often result in significant savings of income and estate taxes.
You may choose to donate art, real estate, or other assets to the Museum while retaining lifetime use and receiving an immediate income tax deduction.
Please check back for upcoming trips in 2017. For more information, please contact the Jewish Museum Travel Office at Travels@thejm.org.
Feb 24 - Mar 3, 2015
Our special program to Cuba is available on two sets of dates, with the same itinerary. Participants will travel under an approved U.S. Treasury Department license.The program includes six nights in Havana and an overnight stay in Cienfuegos. We will meet Jewish community leaders, participate in services at the Patronato Synagogue, hear presentations by local and accompanying scholars, and visit important museums. In the provinces, we will visit Cuba’s newest synagogue, in Santa Clara, and meet with members of small but dedicated Jewish communities.
Nov 30 - Dec 11, 2014
Join the Jewish Museum on a unique trip to Japan to explore the country’s little known Jewish history. We will visit ancient sites such as Mount Fuji and the “Well of Israel” while learning about Japan’s Jewish culture from leading scholar Rabbi Marvin Tokayer. Don’t miss this fascinating trip.
Sep 7 - 18, 2014
Explore the rich cultural history of the Jewish people in Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia. Join the Jewish Museum on our premiere trip to these fascinating Baltic countries. We will visit the city of Vilnius, a UNESCO world heritage site that was one of the most important Jewish centers of learning pre-WWII. Traveling by deluxe coach, we will also spend time in the Jewish suburb Slobodka, the ancient capital Trakai, Riga in Latvia, and Tallinn in Estonia, while enjoying the enchanting countryside along the way.
Apr 29 - May 9, 2014
In Southern France, Marc Chagall was inspired by the lush landscape, sunlight, and bright tones so vividly reflected in his work: “There, in the south, for the first time in my life, I saw that rich greenness—the like of which I had never seen in my own country.” This specially designed trip to Paris and Southern France followed Chagall’s footsteps, accompanied by Susan Tumarkin Goodman, curator of the Jewish Museum’s Chagall: Love, War, and Exile exhibition.
Oct 27 - Nov 6, 2013
Legend has it that the Jewish presence in Argentina dates back to the 16th-century, when a number of Portuguese conversos, seeking refuge from the Inquisition, settled there. These first Jews practiced in secret and soon became assimilated into Argentine society. By the late 19th-century, they were joined by boatloads of Russian Jewish immigrants — the vanguard of the Jewish gauchos. Today, the 200,000 Jews of Argentina comprise the largest Jewish community in Latin America (one of the largest in the world).
Oct 3 - 5, 2013
Charleston, South Carolina’s rich Jewish history sprang from an early tolerance that remains little-known. In 1695, Jews from England began to settle in this major port city. At the time of the Civil War, Charleston had the largest and wealthiest Jewish population in America.
Sep 29 - Oct 7, 2013
Considered the most vibrant and exciting city in Europe today, Berlin will mark the beginning of a meaningful journey that will ultimately take us to Jerusalem. Jewish history in Berlin is deep and long—with periods of turbulence and tragedy, but also enlightenment, prosperity and cultural achievement.