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As Jewish families and friends prepare for their Passover Seders, the Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History’s store presents its picks for host gifts, children’s presents, and Judaica items for the Seder rituals. This year, many people expect to have their Seders with their loved ones for the first time in two years.
The Philadelphia-based museum’s store is popularly known for thoughtfully curated and unique gifts, Judaica, jewelry, and pop-culture favorites that appeal to Jewish audiences and shoppers of all backgrounds. Many of the items were created or crafted by Jewish artists and makers.
Order by Friday, April 8 at noon for delivery by the first night of Passover, April 15.
Highlights for Passover 2022:
- Porcelain/Bamboo Seder Plate, $190.00
- Modular Seder Plate by Blackthorne Forge, $285.00
- Olive Branch Seder Plate by Michael Aram, $205.00
- 10 Plagues Foam Glasses for Kids, $17.50
- Kids Matzah Pajamas, $36.00
- 10 Plague Coasters, $16.95
- Color Your Own Afikoman Bag, $9.95
- “Hug-It-Out: A Li’l Haggadah for Kids” by Pearl and Maxie Richman, $30.00
- Matzah Necktie, $24.95
- “If You Can’t Say Anything Nice, Say It in Yiddish” Paperback, $9.99
- ‘Pairs Well With Matzah’ Wine Bottle Tote, $12.95
- Frog Toothpick Holder, $58.00
Staff can gift wrap items, include handwritten notes, and ship to addresses throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Visit https://www.nmajh.org/ to learn more. Every purchase supports the Museum.
About the museum:
Established in 1976, and situated on Philadelphia’s Independence Mall, the Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History is the only museum in the nation dedicated exclusively to exploring and interpreting the American Jewish experience. The Weitzman NMAJH presents educational programs and experiences that preserve, explore, and celebrate the history of Jews in America. Its purpose is to connect Jews more closely to their heritage and to inspire in people of all backgrounds a greater appreciation for the diversity of the American Jewish experience and the freedoms to which Americans aspire. https://nmajh.org