General Information:

Museum Location
36 Battery Place
Battery Park City, Manhattan.

Museum admission is $10 for adults and $7 for seniors, $5 for students. Members and children under 12 and younger are free.

To purchase tickets call 646.437.4202.
Sunday-Tuesday, Thursday 10 a.m. - 5:45 p.m.;
Wednesday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. (During Daylight Savings Time)
Friday and the eve of Jewish Holidays
10 a.m. - 3 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time)
Closed Saturdays, Jewish Holidays, and Thanksgiving Day.

4/5 to Bowling Green, walk west along Battery Place.
W/R to Whitehall Street, walk west along Battery Place.
1/9 to South Ferry, walk north along Battery Park/State Street, turn left and walk west on Battery Place.
J/M/Z to Broad Street, walk one block west to Broadway, and then south to the corner of Battery Place and Bowling Green. Walk west on Battery Place.

M1 to Battery Park.
M6 to Battery Park.
M9 to Battery Park City, stops in front of Museum.
M15 to Battery Park City.
M20 to Battery Park City, stops in front of Museum.

Staten Island Ferry

FDR Drive to Battery Park City East exit
or West Side Highway becomes West Street,
turn right onto Battery Place, or call 1.646.437.4200.

The Ringelblum Archive provides a point of discussion for teachers and students to address the varied meanings of heritage, community, racism, armed and spiritual resistance, and the documentation of history. Pre-visit packets and teacher's guides are available prior to a Museum visit and special exhibition tour. Tours can be tailored to suit a variety of grades and curricula and training sessions are available to familiarize educators with the Museum's core and special exhibition topics and themes. For more information, contact the Education department at or 646.437.4304.

An accompanying catalog that the Museum produced in connection with the Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw, is available for purchase at the Museum Shop. A timeline, chronology, and essays by Dr. Eleonora Bergman and Dr. Ruta Sakowska of the Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw, are included in the catalog.

The Museum wishes to thank the following organizations for their support of the exhibition:
Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw
American Society for Jewish Heritage in Poland
Polish Cultural Institute
Kosciuszko Foundation, Inc. - An American Center for Polish Culture
Lot Polish Airlines

Unless otherwise noted, all artifacts from the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw. Artifacts (In order of appearance): tin box in which first part of the Ringelblum Archive was buried; map of the borders of the Warsaw Ghetto 1940-1943; excerpt from will of Dawid Graber, Warsaw Ghetto 1942; recovery of Archive, Warsaw Ghetto, 1950; Warsaw Ghetto cir. 1940; Warsaw Ghetto, 1945; winter in the Ghetto, cir. 1940, Collection of Yivo; Gela Seksztajn, portrait of a young girl from the Warsaw Ghetto; group of Jewish children, Warsaw Ghetto, 1939, Collection of United States Holocaust Memorial Museum; Student's schedule of classes in a school using Hebrew as the language of instruction, Drawing in crayon, with Hebrew; Student's essay, "What we see in the street," 1941.

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