The Museum of Psalms

Art as an expression of prayer

 

The Museum:

The only museum of its kind in the world,The Museum of Psalms was established in 1995 with a mandate to serve the public's hunger for art of a spiritual nature.

 The Psalms is a series of visual depictions of each of the 150 Psalms painted over the course of 15 years by Moshe Tzvi Berger (1924-2015).

Featuring essentially the work of Moshe Tzvi Berger on permanent display, each painting included in the museum's collection is a visual poem, 
blurring the lines between aesthetics and meditation to soften the eyes and connect the souls.

 

New location:  

CHABAD STREET 56

The Old City, Jerusalem

 

Contact:

Tel: 02-6230025 | 054 804 6858

Email: themuseumofpsalms@gmail.com

 

Hours:

The Museum is open Sunday through Thursday, 10am until 5pm.

Open on Fridays on appointment. Closed Saturdays and legal Holidays.

Hours are subject to change. Please call ahead.

 

Admission:

The Museum admission is free; a 10 Shekels donation per person is recommended.

 

Tour groups:

The Museum welcomes tour groups of all ages. Call for information and booking.

 

Museum Store:

The Museum offers a limited number of posters, lithographies, books, cards and more.