The Tolerance Center is the place where one can comprehend and feel included in the Museum experience and then integrate it into one’s own value system. The Museum guests can watch videos, participate in different socially-oriented interviews and discussions and share their knowledge about the traditions of different cultures.
The Center offers original series of lectures and master-classes which cover all areas of focus of the Museum and its Centers – Avant-Garde, Tolerance, Research, and Children’s Center. Themed movie screenings, meet-the-artist sessions and discussions with prominent representatives of the cultural society are regularly held here.
This special development space created for children and their parents will please everyone with numerous activities. Kids and their parents, pupils and teachers… All of them will find here something of interest. We are happy to see everyone who values cultural education and looks for cultural developmental lessons in Moscow.
Social science education is an integral part of the Center. The Center seeks to occupy a particular niche in the Russian-language judaica accepting responsibilities for integration and intermediary services without overlapping the functions of the existing research and education structures.
A modern shop of books and presents. Here you will be able to find the prose by Israel authors, historical books, rare old publications and catalogues from exhibitions. Our collection of silver presents, a rich range of bracelets, souvenirs and other products in the eco style are regularly renewed. We also offer plenty of products for children – Jewish folk tales, brain games and drawing kits.
The works of famous artists and modern art, unique series of photos and historical monuments. The stories of the men of genius of the 20th century, iconic works of the Soviet Avant-Garde and Modernism are presented to the visitors of the Museum Exhibition Center.
Modern technologies used in our Museum allow visitors to literally touch the centuries-long history of the Jewish people and to learn more about their culture and religious traditions. The excursions are held in three languages – Russian, English, and Hebrew.
Independently of the event schedule all those who wish can get acquainted with the books and albums about the Soviet Avant-Garde. The unique book collection of the Schneerson library is available to any visitor who has a library card of the Russian State Library; it unites several museum projects which focus on studying the Jewish book heritage and popularization of knowledge about the Jewish writing culture.
On January 3, the first Monday of the month, there will be an Open Day at the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center. The entrance to the museum will be free.
Please plan your visit to the Jewish Museum beforehand.