Nov 16 - Dec 31
This permanent exhibition presents the history of the Holocaust through artifacts and stories of Atlanta area Holocaust Survivors.
The story of Jewish Atlanta began as it did in many other Southern towns, but its narrative would take dramatic turns as Atlanta became a stage for regional, national, and international events over the next 170 years.
A fun theater workshop for Jewish girls, ages 11-14. This workshop will deepen girls’ confidence, creativity, collaboration and communication, all essential skills for leadership and life!
Our Family Sundays at The Breman series will be packed with activities for parents and kids of all ages!
Take an in-depth look at the Breman’s latest Southern Jewish History Exhibition Eighteen Artifacts: A Story of Jewish Atlanta with a special tour by Timothy Frilingos, the Museum’s Director of Exhibitions.
Plunge into historic Jewish Atlanta with exclusive tours of some of the city's most significant sites! Join us at our next destination, Grant Park, home to Lucille and Leo Frank. Tour the park through the Frank family's eyes, followed by a lecture exploring the controversial Leo Frank case lead by Breman archivist Jeremy Katz.
The Lillian and A.J. Weinberg Center for Holocaust Education offers guided tours of our Holocaust Galleries as well as pre and post visit curriculum for educators.
Explore our extensive collection, the largest repository for Jewish archival material in the Southeast.
Volunteers are an essential part of the Breman Museum! We are actively seeking docents for our permanent exhibition Absence of Humanity: The Holocaust Years, 1933 - 1945 to lead engaging and interactive tours for visitors of all ages.
Join us for an morning of activities in our Sendak exhibition, including guided readings, short films, and hands on arts-and-crafts!
This website is supported by a generous gift from the Jerry and Dulcy Rosenberg Family in honor of Elinor Rosenberg Breman.