Aleph Bet

Opened: 15 April 2012
Closed: 5 August 2012

This exhibition aimed to engage children with language and words using 50 colourful, quirky and interesting objects from the Museum’s collection, each relating to different letters in the Hebrew alphabet.

Objects were displayed at child friendly heights and accompanied by a range of fun activities. Highlights from the exhibition included a handmade Gypsy doll from Belsen, Germany 1945, a 1930s embroidery of a Good Witch and a 19th century wooden model of Noah’s Ark comprising 77 individually carved wooden animals and figures.