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Show your MetroCard® for 2–for–1 Admission into the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust*

NOW - December 31, 2018

MetroCard takes you there.
*Applies to adult tickets.
Children ages 12 & younger always have free admission!

As New York’s Holocaust museum, the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust is a public, American institution with strong Jewish roots. It is committed to the crucial mission of educating diverse visitors about Jewish life before, during, and after the Holocaust.

The second largest Holocaust museum in the country, it is a reminder of history, but also provides a message about the far-reaching consequences of discrimination and social injustice, both of which are still important today.

For more information regarding the Museum, please visit mjhnyc.org

How to get there:

The Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust is located at 36 Battery Place, within walking distance of several major subway lines, NYC landmarks and neighborhoods.

Subways:

4 subway5 subway to Bowling Green
1 subway to Rector St
R subway to Whitehall St or Rector St
W subway to Whitehall St

Buses:

M5, M15 to South Ferry
M20 to Battery Park City, stops in front of the Museum
M9 to West Thames

Click here to plan your trip with Trip Planner+ .
Trip Planner+ takes into account subway reroutes due to service changes.







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