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1111 West Franklin Street, Richmond, VA  23220

DIRECTIONS: In Richmond’s Fan District just east of Stuart Circle, next door to Congregation Beth Ahabah.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:  Richmond’s Museum of Jewish History and Culture, focusing on the history of Richmond’s Jewish community so that Jewish history and culture may be documented, interpreted and passed on to future generations.  Archival Research Center on second floor.

PARKING:  In rear with reservations only. Parking is readily available in the deck we share with St. James’s Episcopal Church, located directly across from the Temple campus.

TYPES OF PATHS TO OR AROUND ATTRACTION:  Gravel driveway in rear, sidewalk and steps in front.

ENTRANCE:  Front has 8 exterior steps, each 7 in. high, and rear door has ramp access - no steps.  2 entry doors, 33 in. wide, open in.

Please call during office hours in advance of your visit if you will require the use of the ramp.

PUBLIC REST ROOMS:  Located off first floor hallway - not wheelchair accessible.  Doors 30 in. wide, open in.  Turns to enter. 

For guests with visual disabilities:  Signs printed with contrasting colors on non-glossy surface.

GIFT SHOP:  Aisle 48 in. wide.  Counter 42 in. high.  Aisle clear of temporary displays.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:  Open Sun-Thur, 10 AM - 3 PM.  Donation suggested.  No credit cards.



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