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Beth Tzedec Museum

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Address: 1700 Bathurst St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Phone Number: 416/781-3514 Ext. 32
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Fascinating, Must be even more for Non-Jews

Great historical artifacts of Jewish culture, especially for visitors like us who are surrounded by it constantly. For non-Jews, I wonder if this would be an eye-opening... read more

4 of 5 starsReviewed 2 weeks ago
Huvi & Shai R
Toronto, Canada

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4 of 5 stars Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Great historical artifacts of Jewish culture, especially for visitors like us who are surrounded by it constantly. For non-Jews, I wonder if this would be an eye-opening experience. One thing that is universal though is the booth about the Holocaust. (Note that this is a very small space.)

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 26, 2010

We visited this muesum located inside of congregation Beth Tzedec. Admission was free, and a very nice senior adult discussed the museum's contents and showed us around the shul, which he said is the third largest congregation in North America. The museum includes a variety of Judaica, some a few hundred years old, from a variety of countries. One item... More 

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