April 29–May 9, 2014
We invite you to join us on an exciting trip to Paris and Southern France, where Marc Chagall was inspired to live and paint for many years. Susan Goodman, Curator of The Jewish Museum’s exhibition Chagall: Love War and Exile, accompanies us as we explore the Marc Chagall National Museum in Nice (which holds the largest collection of his works in a permanent exhibition space), as well as other important museums and Jewish sites. Download PDF itinerary.
Lithuania, Latvia & Estonia
September 7–18, 2014
Explore the rich cultural history of the Jewish people in Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia. Join The Jewish Museum on our premiere trip to these fascinating Baltic countries. We will visit the city of Vilnius, a UNESCO world heritage site that was one of the most important Jewish centers of learning pre-WWII. Traveling by deluxe coach, we will also spend time in the Jewish suburb Slobodka, the ancient capital Trakai, Riga in Latvia, and Tallinn in Estonia, while enjoying the enchanting countryside along the way. Download PDF itinerary.
November 30–December 11, 2014
Join The Jewish Museum on a unique trip to Japan to explore the country's little known Jewish history. We will visit ancient sites like Mount Fuji and the “Well of Israel” while learning about Japan's Jewish culture from leading scholar Rabbi Marvin Tokayer. Don't miss this fascinating trip! Download PDF itinerary.
Participation in the museum's travel program is open to members at the Individual ($75) level and above. Members at the Patron ($1,000) level and above receive priority registration opportunities for all Museum travel programs. If you are not currently a member, but would like to become one so that you may participate in the Travel Program, you can do so by going to Membership Online .
For more information, including day by day itineraries, help in making air arrangements, or registration information, please contact The Jewish Museum Travel Office at (845) 256-0194 or e-mail: Travels@thejm.org.