“Bringing Tanach and Jewish History to Life, in the Museum and in the Classroom”
That is my mission statement, and I hope G-d willingly to explore as many museums and sites as possible in the world, to help connect people to Torah and appreciate Jewish History. As of now, this menu lists the popular tours I have guided for groups, and which are available on demand and periodically as a public tour.
Tours are given primarily at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, but I have also explored the following museums, guided in some, and hope to guide in all of them in the future:
- Israel Museum, Jerusalem
- The British Museum
- The Penn Museum
- Michael C. Carlos Museum
- Boston Fine Arts Museum
- Brooklyn Museum
- Newark Museum
- The Walters Art Museum
- Museum of the Bible
- Harvard Semitic Museum
If you are planning a visit to New York, then this is the tour for you! Bring the museum to life through the eyes of Torah.
If you are planning a Bat/Bar Mitzvah, we can plan a family trip, or even better: Have your child take the lead! Children can prepare a tour for their family and friends, and lead it themselves!
Current list of tours:
- Age of Empires @ The Met
- Hellenism, Chanukah and the Jews @ The Met (Coming soon: Boston MFA, Penn Museum)
- Pre-Pesach Ancient Egypt @ The Met
- The Four Kingdoms @ The Met
- Roaming the Roman Period @ The Met (coming 2019)
- Tanach / Jewish History Highlights – available in all museums in the menu.
- Avoda Zara @ The Met (specialized tour)
Average Tour Length: 90-120 min
Prices depend on whether the tour is public / private, NY – non-NY school, and other variables. A comprehensive price list will be updated before the school year.