Art as an expression of prayer
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.
CHABAD STREET 56
The Old City, Jerusalem
Tel: 02-6230025 | 054 804 6858
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.
The Museum admission is free; a 10 Shekels donation per person is recommended.
The Museum welcomes tour groups of all ages. Call for information and booking.
The Museum offers a limited number of posters, lithographies, books, cards and more.