The Jewish Museum & Sign Interepred Tours

The Jewish Museum offers open sign-interpreted tours of its special exhibits for the deaf and hard of hearing community. The 45 minute tours, conducted on the second Monday of the month at 12:15 pm and the third Wednesday at 4:15 pm, are led by a Jewish Museum decent who is accompanied by a certified sign language interpreter for the deaf. All interpreted tours are free with museum admission. Private tours can be arranged in advance. Assistive Listening Headphones are available at the front desk for use during decent led tours and public programs.

1109 5th Ave at 92nd Street
New York, NY Phone:

(212) 423-3289
(212) 423-3225 Daniel Berson

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