Where can I park near the Museum?
Creative Parking LLC
16 West 16th Street (Entrances on 16th & 15th Streets)
Universal Parking LLC
55 West 14th Street (Entrances on 14th and 15th Streets)
Parking tickets must be validated at the Center for Jewish History Reception Desk.
Parking on the Street
Overnight free parking is available on 16th and 17th Streets between 6pm and 7am, subject to parking regulations. Metered parking is available on 5th Avenue and on 6th Avenue. Street parking is free on Sundays.
Is food allowed in the Museum?
No food or drink is allowed in Museum galleries. No food is available for sale in the Center for Jewish History.
Are strollers allowed in CJH and Museum galleries?
Strollers are permitted in the Great Hall only. Please check strollers at the Reception Desk before entering Museum galleries.
When is admission free?
Admission is free to the public at all times. This is made possible by the generous support of the Leon Levy Foundation and the Leon Charney Legacy Fund of the Yeshiva University Center for Israel Studies.
May I take photographs?
The use of flash photography is prohibited at all times in all galleries. Movie and video cameras are prohibited at all times without prior written permission.
Is there a Lost and Found?
If you have left something behind at the Museum, please call the Center for Jewish History Reception Desk at 212-294-8301.
Does the Museum permit use of images in your collection?
To license images of Yeshiva University Museum’s collections, exhibitions, or activities for study, editorial, or commercial use, please send us an email.
Is sketching allowed?
Sketching in pencil only is permitted in Museum galleries and most areas of the Center.
I am an artist. How do I submit my work for consideration?
Yeshiva University Museum welcomes proposals from artists around the world for exhibitions and installations that explore the diverse and complex forms of Jewish expression.
Please email proposals for consideration. Our Exhibitions Committee reviews proposals semi-annually.
- A cover letter
- The artist's CV or resume
- A maximum two page exhibition proposal detailing the themes included in the exhibition and how the work relates to the mission of Yeshiva University Museum
- An illustrated checklist of works to be included with title, date, medium, and dimensions or a maximum of 6 images at 300 ppi, 1024 pixels at the largest dimension
- Estimated budget and potential funding sources