"The Wanderers" by Peter Krasnow, photo by Susan Einstein
Visions and Values: Jewish Life from Antiquity to America
- $10 General
- $7 Seniors and Full-Time Students
- $5 Children 2–12
- Free to Members and Children under 2
- Free to all on Thursdays
Included with Museum admission (tickets at the door)
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
Featuring changing displays of works from the Skirball’s permanent collection of Judaica—the third largest in the world—this historically illuminating exhibition chronicles the struggles and achievements of the Jewish people over a span of 4,000 years.
Travel through the many lands where Jews have lived and carried on a rich tradition and discover how the visions of our ancestors helped shape our values today. The Visions and Values galleries explore themes including Beginnings, Journeys, Holidays, Lifecycle, Synagogue, Passage to America, Nation of Immigrants, the Holocaust, Israel, and Personal Journeys, among others.
RELATED TO THIS EXHIBITION:
Journeys of the Jewish People
Wednesday–Sunday, 2:00 p.m.
Private Guided Tours
Spotlight Tour: The Nuremberg Laws
Groups of 10 or more are invited to book a private, docent-led tour.