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Shalom Street Museum

Shalom Street Museum is a unique, interactive experience in an exciting 4,500 square-foot facility. Our exhibits are designed to inspire a sense of wonder and exhilaration for children of all ages through Jewish experiences and experiential learning.

Upcoming Events at Shalom Street

“Joseph Had a Little Overcoat”

Sunday, February 28, 2016 | DOWNLOAD THE FLYER

Children ages 5-12 will love hearing our terrific story-teller read this great book, then they'll be able to use acrylic paints to create their own colorful canvas to go with the story!

JCC Members: $5 per person  |  Non-members: $7 per person

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“It’s Your Torah to Explore”

October 18, 2015 – August 2016 | DOWNLOAD THE FLYER

An exciting adventure into the Five Books of Moses, where guests can:

  • Play in a Noah’s Ark ball pit
  • Follow in the footsteps of Adam by naming their own animals
  • See themselves in their favorite Torah story
  • Walk in the Garden of Eden
  • Study Jewish law in a child-sized courtroom

Birthday Parties

Party Package ($180)

  • 1 1/2 hour party (with museum closed to public) for 15 children
  • Free time in museum
  • 1 game or craft
  • Separate birthday room
  • 1 party instructor (preparation & cleanup)

Additional Information

  • Kosher or Kosher-style food welcome
  • Additional children: $12 per child
  • Adult chaperones required: 2
  • Non-refundable deposit to hold the date $50

Party dates are limited so we recommend booking in advance. For party reservation and information please contact Shalom Street at 248.432.5451.


Group Bookings

Whether your are part of a religious school, Church group or other type of organization and are in search of an interfaith learning opportunity, Shalom Street offers a variety of programs that will entertain and educate. Call 248.432.5451 or email us to schedule your group!

Hours of Operation

Monday - Thursday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sunday: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Shalom Street Staff

Andee Liberman, Director: | 248.432.5454
Sarah Katz, Museum Educator: | 248.432.5451

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