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The Jewish Museum, housed in the 1908 Warburg Mansion on the Upper East Side, mounts temporary exhibitions of contemporary and modern art and also has a substantial collection of artworks as well as historical Jewish artifacts. There is a permanent exhibit specifically for children, as well as a restaurant that includes an Uptown outpost of Russ & Daughters, the iconic Lower East Side purveyors of Kosher delicacies like lox, sable and whitefish. Along with its Fifth Avenue neighbors the Guggenheim and the Metropolitan Museum, the Jewish Museum is a must-see stop during NYC’s annual Museum Mile celebration.
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