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.
Our Family Sundays at The Breman series will be packed with activities for parents and kids of all ages!
Norbert Friedman survived eleven different concentrations camps where he witnessed countless acts of cruelty and malice. Despite his experience, Norbert remains determined to see the good in every person, even the Nazis.
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 Jeremy Katz, the Director of the Cuba Family Archives for Southern Jewish History at the Breman.
With her mother performing backbreaking labor for the Nazis, Paula Gris was the sole caretaker of her baby sister. Barely older than a toddler herself, Paula had to use her own smarts and spirited nature to survive.
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.
The Breman Museum celebrates Jewish contributions to arts and culture! Stay tuned to our events page for upcoming music concerts, art exhibitions, and more!
Join us for an afternoon 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.