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One of the leading destinations in Atlanta, GA, our Jewish culture, arts and history museum is home to the permanent exhibition Absence of Humanity: The Holocaust Years, 1933-1945; the Blonder Family Gallery hosts History with Chutzpah: Remarkable Stories of the Southern Jewish Experience; and the Schwartz Gallery, which hosts a variety of traveling and rotating exhibitions. The Norman L. Estroff Reference Library,  The Ida Pearle and Joseph Cuba Archives for Southern Jewish History and The Weinberg Center for Holocaust Education provide a wonderful educational resource for students, teachers, and lifelong learners.
If you are coming with a group of  fifteen or more or with a school group and are interested in a docent-led tour, please visit our Group Tours page to schedule your visit.
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Museum Policies
   NO large bags are allowed in any gallery.
   NO outside food or drink is permitted inside the museum.
   NO chewing gum is permitted inside the museum.
   YES you may take notes in the galleries using pencil. Pens and markers are prohibited.
   NO touching any items on display unless instructed to do so by a museum staff member.
   NO leaning on display cases or text panels.
   NO cell phone use inside any gallery unless it is for a Guide-By-Cell tour.
    Documentation Required for Service Animals
     Large Bags will be kept in the Gift Shop for duration of visit.
   PLEASE be considerate of others when moving through the exhibitions.
Photography Policy
Personal photography (no flash) of our exhibitions is permitted.  

To share your experience in the galleries on social media, use #TheBreman across all social media platforms to join our conversation.

Organizations who would like to request permission to take photographs in any of our galleries for promotional or editorial reasons will need to contact the Director, Leslie Gordon, at lgordon@thebreman.org or 404.870.1861. Permission must be obtained at least one week in advance of the desired shoot.

The Breman Museum reserves the right to photograph or videotape visitors for educational and promotional purposes. Museum visitation is implied consent for the use of the visitor’s likeness, voice, or video image for marketing purposes.

If you are a researcher or student, you can request high-quality photographs or schedule time to visit our Cuba Family Archives by visiting our Research page.
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