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Beth Ahabah Museum & Archives

The Beth Ahabah Museum & Archives collects, preserves and exhibits materials that relate to Jewish history and culture – with particular emphasis on Richmond, Virginia – so that Jewish history and culture may be documented, interpreted and passed on to future generations.

If you are planning a visit, please be advised that the Museum & Archives will be open during our regular hours, but the sanctuary of Congregation Beth Ahabah will be closed for visitors through the summer months due to renovations. 

Exhibitions

Stories of Richmond's long Jewish history are retold in four galleries of changing exhibitions.

Archives/Research

The archival collection is available to researchers looking for genealogical and historical information.

Donate

Your contributions help support our mission and are greatly appreciated. Donations can be made through the mail, via the congregation's website (click  CONTRIBUTE and select "Beth Ahabah Museum & Archives Donations" from the drop down menu), or by calling  (804) 353-2668 with your credit card information.

 

 

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