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A Tour and a Mahj - The Breman Museum

Get Your Mahj On at The Breman!

Let the Mah Jongg mayhem begin! Start with a private tour of The Breman’s latest exhibition of Southern Jewish History, 18 Artifacts: A Story of Jewish Atlanta, followed by an afternoon of Mah Jongg play in one of our rooms. With a special kosher lunch and tables provided, all you need is your Mah Jongg tiles and soon you’ll be shouting “Bam!” “Crack!” and “Dot!” with your group.

Museum tours can be scheduled on Tuesdays or Thursdays.

Group Size: 5 to 25 persons 

Cost: $11/members, $18/non-members (includes lunch, guided tour, and Mahj table set-up)

To schedule "A Tour and A Mahj" contact our Group Tours/Volunteer Coordinator, Jennifer Reid, at jreid@thebreman.org or 404-870-1632.

About the Exhibition:

From Coca-Cola to Civil Rights, Atlanta is a city in part shaped by its Jewish history.  In every significant event in the Atlanta community, the Jewish men and women of the city played a role. This temporary exhibition explores the history of the Atlanta Jewish Community through artifacts, images, and orals histories. Told using 18 artifacts, the story of Jewish Atlanta is seen through the eyes of local, regional, and national perspectives over the course of the city’s 170-year history.  This comprehensive exhibit will be on display until July31st, 2017.

Kosher Menu

KOSHER Meat Menu prepared at "A Kosher Touch"
under supervision at the Selig Center, Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta

Your Choice of Sandwiches

• Smoked Turkey Sandwich on Ciabatta Roll
• Tuna Salad Sandwich on Wheat
• Egg Salad Sandwich on Everything Bagel

Sandwiches are served with lettuce, tomato and a slice of red onion.
Mustard & Mayo served on the side

Each Sandwich is served with your choice of side

• Creamy Cole Slaw
• Garden Salad
• Bowtie Pasta Salad cold

Lays Chips & Cookie included

To book a tour of our Holocaust Gallery, please call (404-870-1632) or email Jennifer Reid. 
To book a tour of our Holocaust Gallery, please call (404-870-1632) or email Jennifer Reid. 

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