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Museum Hours:

Wednesday-Saturday,  11am-5pm

Sunday, 1pm-5pm

Closed every Monday and Tuesday

7500 Park Lane

Dallas, Texas 75225

214-368-4622

Tickets are purchased at the door.

The Museum will be closed:

4th of July - Wednesday, July 3 - Tuesday, July 9, 2024

Admission

  • Museum of Biblical Art - $15

  • National Center for Jewish Art - $8

  • Museum of Holocaust Art - $8

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The most well-known of the 3 museums is the Museum of Biblical Art (MBA) dedicated to teaching and exhibiting artwork with themes related to the Bible.  The MBA is especially interested in building bridges between those from Christian background and Jewish background.  Exhibitions include rare maps, illuminated manuscripts, contemporary artwork, oil paintings, fine prints, and BIblicalArcheology.  
The National Center for Jewish Art is the only Jewish Art and Culture Museum in this part of the United States, dedicated to teaching about Judaism through exhibiting Jewish Ceremonial Art, Contemporary Jewish Art and the Art of Israel.  The museum focuses on education and the appreciation of Jewish life, culture, and heritage.
The first museum of its kind to teach the Holocaust through primarily artwork.  Traditionally Holocaust museums are historical artifacts in their exhibits.  The Museum of Holocaust Art utilizes a difference paradigm by utilizing artwork to educate and teach the Holocaust.
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