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Jewish museum and tolerance center

Phone: (495) 645-05-50

Address: 127055, Moscow,

Working hours:*

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    The Jewish Museum & Tolerance Center Museum is housed in the Bakhmetyevsky Bus Garage - the world-famous Constructivist masterpiece designed in 1926 by Konstantin Melnikov and Vladimir Shukhov. The main goal of the Jewish Museum & Tolerance Center is to establish a creative, interactive platform for dialogue between different cultures. This ground-breaking museum, designed by Ralph Appelbaum Associates, is divided into 12 galleries and features a host of high-tech displays based on the latest interactive media technology. Museum galleries evoke the lives of Russian Jews since the late 19th century, with exhibits ranging from letters and photographs to a T-34 tank and PO-2 aeroplane.

    The Tolerance center is an integral part of the Jewish Museum. The Center aims to teach children the need for tolerance, respect and mutual understanding, and will also stage courses for teachers - helping them to approach the subject of tolerance lucidly and visually in their classes

Museum's services:
   museum shop, lecture hall, Internet access, museum's caffe, equipped for people with disabilities

Next to the museum there are:
    hotels and restaurants

for museum professionals

Administrative phone:
    (495) 645-05-50

Foundation and opening day:
    opened: 08.11.2012

Organisation status:

Organization form:

Organisation type:
    culture for society, scientific, educational

    Architect and monuments,Historical,Memorial

    permament show rooms 5000м2
    temporary exhibitions 1400м2
    museum's store 300м2

Employee number:

Average visitors per year:
    более 220000

Specific departments:
    archive, experts team

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