The Museum
Located in downtown Jerusalem, The Museum of Psalms was founded in 1995, under the auspices of Rabbi Meir Yehuda Getz, z"tl. The Museum features the artwork of Moshe Tzvi Berger on permanent display. Inspired by passages from the Bible and the Oral Law, each painting in the museumís collection is itself a prayer poem, or visual psalm, adhering to the four pillars of art as tangible expression of Divine Vision: harmony, beauty, spirituality and truth. In 2007, the "Sun Garden" was added to the museumís exhibitions and is now open for public viewing.

Admission:
Museum admission is free; a 10-shekel per person donation is recommended.

Hours:
The Museum is open Sunday through Thursday, 10 am until 5 pm. Closed Fridays, Saturdays, and legal holidays. Hours are subject to change. Please call ahead at +972 2 623 0025.

Tour Groups:
The Museum welcomes tour groups of all ages. Advanced booking is appreciated.

Event Rentals and On-Location Exhibits:
Artwork is available for sponsored on-location exhibitions in Israel and the United States. The Museum itself is available evenings for special event rentals. Please contact us for further details (phone and e-mail listed below).

Museum Store:
The Museum offers a limited number of posters, lithographs, and originals for sale at both our Museum and online store. For more information, please inquire at the Museum, or view our web site at www.museumofpsalms.com.