Admission to The Temple Museum of Jewish Art, Religion, and Culture in Cleveland is free.
- Open: Tours are available by appointment.
- Location: (Map It) 26000 Shaker Blvd. in Beachwood, Ohio
- Phone: 216-831-3233
- Web: click here
The Temple Museum of Jewish Art, Religion, and Culture in Cleveland is the fourth oldest museum of Judaica in the country. Founded in 1950, it now has one of the most prominent and comprehensive collections of religious and Judaic art. Its collections include antique Torah hangings used in European synagogues that date to the seventeenth century; silver Torah ornaments, antiquities, and household pottery from the Holy Land region dating from 2000 B.C.E. to Roman times; fold art objects made and used by Jews in many countries; many historic documents, manuscripts and bibles; and a collection of sculptures, paintings, and lithographs by famous Jewish artists.