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IN PERSON Chanukah Family Fest

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  • Dec. 13, 2020 through Dec. 17, 2020, Sunday-Tuesday, 10am-1:30pm and 2-5pm; Wednesday and Thursday, 10am-5pm
  • Jewish Children's Museum
  • 792 Eastern Pkwy, Brooklyn
  • Pre-school & younger, Young elementary, Tween, Teen
  • $15
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It’s Chanukah! It’s time for festive celebrations and family fun. Join the Jewish Children’s Museum for the ultimate Chanukah family experience. Get into the holiday spirit by decorating a mouth-watering holiday donut. Discover the art of olive oil making in a fascinating and interactive workshop. Challenge yourself, your family, and your friends in a sounds-and-lights-filled entertaining game show. Step into a world of wonder as you explore the museum’s unique exhibits, and help create a Chanukah mural on a Menorah. Due to Covid19 there will be timed tickets.

About Jewish Children's Museum

792 Eastern Pkwy

Brooklyn, NY


  • Standard hours: Monday-Thursday, 10am-4pm; Sunday, 10am-5:30pm

  • A place of learning and wonder, the Jewish Children’s Museum is a unique institution where children and their parents–from all segments of the community–can explore Jewish history and heritage in a stimulating and interactive environment. 

    With hands-on exhibits focusing on Jewish holidays, biblical history, the land of Israel, contemporary Jewish life, and more, the Jewish Children’s Museum celebrates and explores many aspects of Jewish culture. Through innovative multi-media technology, Jewish history, values and culture come to life at the Museum. The Museum features multi-media marvels, an art gallery, two state-of-the-art computer labs, a game show studio, a 75-seat audiovisual theater, a miniature golf course, and a craft workshop. These are but some of the wonders within the museum's 50,000 square foot multi-media wired structure.