Torah Animal World Museum

Attempting to display each and every animal, small and big mentioned in the holy book, Torah Animal World Museum exhibits stuffed beasts on the biblical background.

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This unique taxidermy museum was established in 2008 by a rabbi from Brooklyn. The idea was to present stuffed animals mentioned in the Old Testament. Every depicted here beast was named in the Torah and is skillfully preserved in true-to-life poses. The exhibition creates the atmosphere of living reality for the visitors with a sense of the sacred text.

Several locations form an enriching complex with a flagship venue located in an ordinary row house in Brooklyn. Here you can see hundreds of beasts displayed including camels, bears, giraffes and many other animals that were mentioned in the Torah.

The venue also arranges some special events and exhibitions representing 24 samples of birds, insects and other species that were named in the Hebrew Bible describing their presence in the Torah as well as the significance of the book.

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Location

Address of Torah Animal World Museum
1603 41st St, Brooklyn, NY 11218
Closest subway
Ditmas Av

Additional information

Working hours
Mon–Thu, Sun 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Phone
877 752 6286
Website
www.torahanimalworld.com
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