Venue: National Museum of American Jewish History
101 South Independence Mall East (Corner of 5th and Market Streets), Philadelphia, PA 19106
www.nmajh.org | (215) 923-3811
Family-friendly and cutting-edge, NMAJH brings to life the 360-year history of Jews in America, tracing the stories of immigrants becoming Americans. Enjoy hands-on, interactive displays, original films, historical documents, and fascinating artifacts — including Stephen Spielberg’s first camera, Hank Greenberg’s bat, and Irving Berlin’s piano. *Children 12 and under are free
Accommodation – http://nmajh.org/infoandfaq/
- Service dogs are welcome in the Museum.
- Paid personal care attendants accompanying visitors with disabilities are always admitted free of charge.
- The main entrance on Market Street and all public areas within the Museum, including restrooms and water fountains, are wheelchair-accessible. All floors can be reached by elevator.
- A limited number of standard wheelchairs are available at the Admissions Desk free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis. A form of ID is required in exchange.
- All films and video clips in the exhibition galleries are captioned.
- Assistive Listening Devices
- ALDs can be requested, free of charge, for special programs within the Dell Theater.
- All way-finding signage includes Braille.
- The Museum does not have its own garage. There are numerous lots and garages, as well as metered street parking in the immediate vicinity.
- Sensory-Friendly Program – http://www.nmajh.org/calendar.aspx
- NMAJH offers varies sensory-friendly family programs and events. Check the calendar for details.