1440 Spring St NW, Atlanta, GA 30309


Contact Info

(678) 222-3700

The William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum, colloquially known as The Breman, is a cultural center in Atlanta dedicated to Jewish history, culture and arts with special emphasis on Georgia and the Holocaust. 

Yelp Reviews

4 stars

A small but well-organized and unique museum (also free admission). It had an exhibit on the Holocaust that was also a tribute to the individuals whose... Read Full Review

Went with my daughter mainly to see the special "Vedem: The Underground Magazine of the Terezin Ghetto" exhibit which the Smithsonian hails as one of the 10... Read Full Review

A small museum but it contained some fascinating items. The Houdini exhibit was extremely informative. The Holocaust exhibit was extremely moving, like a... Read Full Review

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TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4.5 stars Based on 89 traveler reviews

Very Educational experience in calm setting

The museum is beautifully laid out with various exhibits about Jews in the south as well as about the Holocaust and more. The art is beautiful and the gift shop has some cute items such as a mask... Read Full Review

Leisurely paced, quiet walk through both history and culture.

A deeply profound and moving experience. A must for any history buff or rights advocate. My solo visit was peaceful, unhurried and solemn. I appreciated the chance the wander at leisure and... Read Full Review

Local Connections to the Holocaust

We were in town for the Olympic trials and the Atlanta Marathon. I had time to spend sightseeing while my husband was running. Since the race was on Sunday, the only museum open early (10:00 a.m... Read Full Review

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