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jbwhitehouse wrote a review Jul 2020
Dallas, Texas1,476 contributions585 helpful votes
Free through December, 2020. Two floors of the life and life cycle events of Jews as well as sculptures and stain glass windows. Due to Covid19 attendees have their temperature taken and sign a paper regarding their current health.
Date of experience: July 2020
Jeremy W wrote a review Mar 2020
Tulsa, Oklahoma400 contributions56 helpful votes
Words cannot express what I was able to see here. It was beautiful and a pure tribute to Jewish culture and it’s people. I true gem and a must see here in Tulsa!
Date of experience: March 2020
SeattleTravelLover1 wrote a review Feb 2020
Seattle, Washington261 contributions95 helpful votes
The requisite and important Holocaust material was moving but tasteful. Horrible but respectfully presented. We especially appreciated the section devoted to racism in the USA and Tulsa in particular. We even shared our newly learned history with our family who are from Tulsa, and they acknowledged that the schools never taught anything about the "massacre", and only some children ever learned about this evert as a "race riot". Interesting how history is viewed differently among the various participant groups. Small and powerful material with extensive local art rotated regularly. Highly recommended for people of all faiths and cultures.…
Date of experience: February 2020
Noel wrote a review Sep 2019
Tulsa, Oklahoma21 contributions5 helpful votes
The museum is fairly small but has a wide range of interesting things to see. It has great historical and cultural exhibits, as well as travelling exhibits. It's a great museum to spend an hour or two.
Date of experience: August 2019
jwith2003 wrote a review Jul 2019
Tulsa, Oklahoma124 contributions34 helpful votes
Traveled here to see the stained glass exhibit. I saw the story on the nightly news and had no idea that this museum even existed. Overall wee had a great experience and the artwork is fantastic
Date of experience: July 2019