If you haven’t been to Israel in the past few years, you haven’t been to Israel!

A country that reinvents and renews itself more often than any other, Israel is a dynamic and complex place. Though small in size, it is constantly at the center of the world’s attention. It is home to many of the culture’s oldest, most sacred and historic sites as well as the world’s cutting-edge, high-tech institutions. Diverse lifestyles and backgrounds live side-by-side, from the deeply traditional to the exceptionally modern, from the ultra-Orthodox to the secular, with Jews from over 80 different countries, speaking a multitude of languages.

We invite you to join an upcoming Museum of Jewish Heritage trip to Israel — December 1–10, 2021 or March 15–27, 2022. Both have been designed for those who have been to Israel in the past as well as for those visiting Israel for the first time.

Each trip, limited to 26 participants, will provide opportunities for a deeper understanding of Israel’s transformation from the struggling nation of 70 years ago to its place today as a leader in world research, development, and culture. While traveling in comfort in first-class coaches and staying in some of the countries finest hotels, we will visit many notable places, take in extraordinary views, hear inspiring presentations, talk with Israeli citizens, and have the opportunity to join in the celebrations of two of the most joyous Jewish holidays: Chanukah and Purim.

Join us for one or both of these landmark trips to Israel.

Culture, History and Hanukkah
A Jewish Heritage Trip to
December 1–10, 2021

Culture, History and Purim
A Jewish Heritage Trip to
March 15–27, 2022

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