Museum Tours

“Bringing Tanach and Jewish History to Life, in the Museum and in the Classroom”

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Special Tisha b’Av Tour at the Israel Museum, summer 2018

That is our mission statement, and we hope, God willing, to explore as many museums and sites as possible in the world, to help connect people to Torah and appreciate Jewish History.


Experiential learning in a museum is edifying and enjoyable, and has proven beneficial and enjoyable in many different settings: Families, bat/bat mitzvah, couples, individuals, communities, events, fundraisers, synagogue and sisterhoods, parent outings and teacher professional development sessions.


What tours do we offer?

Tours are given primarily at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. We continue to explore museums, and below are the museums that have been visited, so far. There have been private or group tours in some of them:


Average Tour Length: 90-120 min

Private Tours: $350-$1,500 + admission*

There are different private tour packages. For a quote, please consult regarding your tour needs.

* self-guided group at the Met require admission, at a slightly lower rate than the full amount. But it is absolutely required, for both NY residents and members. Other museums have different policies. Please inquire based on the museum.


School Tours at the Met (in New York)**:

1 tour: $500

2 tour2: $750

5 tours: $1,500

** Students learning in a school in the five boroughs are exempt from admission, and 1 complementary ticket is given for every adult chaperon (or teacher) per 10 students.


School Student Workshops: 

Standalone workshop: $225

When coupled with a museum tour/s: $180


Teacher Enrichment Seminars in the Met: (Full day, with a break)

$1,250 + Admission


Scholar in Residence, Shabbat Programs

To inquire, please email




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