Borough Park museum highlights history, culture of Judaism

BOROUGH PARK - Visitors from around the world are flocking to The Living Torah Museum in Borough Park to learn the history and culture of Judaism.

The museum has hosted nearly 35,000 visitors in four years. It contains nearly 1,000 artifacts ranging from jewelry to tools. The collection is valued at $15 million and admirers are allowed to touch some of the items.

Museum officials say they are providing a unique experience. Visitors must make an appointment.

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