The Breman Museum

The Breman Museum, established in 1996 in Atlanta, is dedicated to Jewish history, Holocaust education, and the celebration of Jewish culture. It serves as a crucial platform for preserving Jewish heritage and promoting understanding through its detailed exhibits and educational initiatives.

Within its walls, The Breman features several key exhibits: the “Absence of Humanity” offers a harrowing look into the Holocaust through survivors’ stories, “Creating Community” explores the Jewish experience in Atlanta, the “Weinstein Gallery,” displays a rotating selection of Jewish art and artifacts, while the “Molly Blank Jewish Concert Series” showcases the rich musical traditions of Jewish culture. The museum’s extensive archives provide a deep dive into genealogical research, offering insights into Jewish family histories.

A visit to The Breman Museum is a journey through the vibrant tapestry of southern Jewish life and resilience.