Today, I spent 21/2 hours at the National Museum of American Jewish History and did not do justice to all the exhibits. However, the way the museum is organized a visitor can easily pick and choose depending on individual interests, e.g. early 17th century history, World War II, migration patterns from Europe, tenement history, Hollywood, comediennes, summer camps, assimilation, religious divisions within Judaism, etc. etc. Made reservations ahead of time, if possible.
Cafe: Cafe only serves "Dairy" food and selection is somewhat limited. Best to plan lunch elsewhere unless you just want a quick bite.
Store: A nice selection of Judaica---books, Sabbath candlesticks, Hanukah candles, Passover platters, et al.
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