Learn to use the central database of Shoah Victim's names.
Curating Your Family Story is a program co-created by the Breman Museum and Beit Hatfutsot that connects personal family stories to the Jewish experience and unifies it into a work of art.
Bring your family to see the art works of the 2016 participants from Machanei Shai at Congregation Shearith Israel, and join in the collaborative art project under the leadership of artist Karin Mervis.
Join Historic Jewish Atlanta Tours at the Marietta Museum of History for a special lecture on the Leo Frank case by legal expert Van Pearlberg.
The Breman Museum will be closed Monday, October 3rd and Tuesday, October 4th in observance of the Jewish Holiday, Rosh Hashanah.
We will be CLOSED Wednesday, October 12th, in observance of the Jewish Holiday, Yom Kippur.
We will be CLOSED Monday, October 17th and Tuesday, October 18th, in observance of the Jewish Holiday, Sukkot.
We will be closed Monday, October 24, in observance of Sh'mini Atzeret.
We will be closed Tuesday, October 25th in observance of Simchat Torah.
Join us for our Historic Jewish Atlanta Tour destination at Historic Oakland Cemetery.
Join us for a tour of Congregation Or Ve Shalom, the first Sephardic synagogue in Atlanta, celebrating its 100 anniversary. The name Sephardi means "Spanish" or "Hispanic", derived from Sepharad, a Biblical location.
Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum.
ATLANTA COLLECTS celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Breman Museum by highlighting diverse pieces from Jewish collectors in and around Atlanta. The goal of the exhibition is to showcase the breadth and depth of Jewish-owned collections in Atlanta.
Take a one-of-a-kind behind the scenes tour of the Fox Museum and learn about his founder, William Fox, born Wilhelm Fuchs, and his imprint in the entertainment business as we know it today.
Explore historic Jewish Atlanta with exclusive tours of some of the city's most significant sites! Join us as we explore The Temple.
This website is supported by a generous gift from the Jerry and Dulcy Rosenberg Family in honor of Elinor Rosenberg Breman.