Skirball Cultural Center
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Inside this Jewish cultural center, there’s a room-sized wooden Noah’s Ark filled with artistic animal marionettes and sculptures. Kids can load handmade wooden animals onto the Ark and climb through rope tunnels. It’s a perfect fun house, with activities, music, stories, and entertainment. Get your ticket in advance (you don’t need one for a child under 2). Starting at 11:45 on Thursdays, the Ark is free. First-come, first-served.
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30 minutes away, The Skirball Cultural Center is an educational institution in Los Angeles, California devoted to sustaining Jewish heritage and American democratic ideals. It has been open to the public since 1996. The Center, named after philanthropist-couple Jack H. Skirball and Audrey Skirball-Kenis, features a museum with regularly changing exhibitions, film events, music and theater performances, comedy, family, literary and cultural programs. The campus includes a museum, a performing arts center, conference halls, classrooms, libraries, courtyards, gardens, and a café.
30 minutes away, The Skirball Cultural Center is an educational institution in Los Angeles, California devoted to sustaining Jewish heritage and American democratic ideals. It has been open to the public since 1996. The Center, named after philanthropist-couple Jack H. Skirball and Audrey Skirball-K…
The Skirball Cultural Center offers everything from Art, live music, exhibits, and much more. The Noah's Arc Exhibit built entirely of recycled materials is great for young children.
The Noah's Ark is absolutely the BEST for the under-11 age crowd. There's so much to do in general, and it's truly a Judaica cultural wonderland. Go when there are live performances and you really won't be disappointed.
Interesting permanent exhibition on Judaism throughout the ages and throughout the world. Visiting exhibitions (see website for details). Also home to 'Noah's Ark' exhibition for children which is an exhibition/play space made from recycled materials. Fantastic for children walking upwards. Thursdays free (get there early to secure tickets).