The Living Torah Museum is a group of Orthodox Jewish museums. The museums were founded and are operated by Shaul Shimon Deutsch, author of Larger than Life. The first location is at 1601 41st street in Borough Park, Brooklyn, New York, United States. There is a second location at 461 Riverside Drive in Fallsburg, New York, which operates during the summer season. A third location, which is open year-round, is at 235 River Avenue in Lakewood, New Jersey.

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  • The Living Torah Museum is a group of Orthodox Jewish museums. The museums were founded and are operated by Shaul Shimon Deutsch, author of Larger than Life. The first location is at 1601 41st street in Borough Park, Brooklyn, New York, United States. There is a second location at 461 Riverside Drive in Fallsburg, New York, which operates during the summer season. A third location, which is open year-round, is at 235 River Avenue in Lakewood, New Jersey. The museums feature exhibits which include the animals of the Bible and Talmud (generally examples of taxidermy), as well as examples of Biblical and Talmudic archaeological artifacts and antique Judaica and Jewish books. (en)
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  • The Living Torah Museum is a group of Orthodox Jewish museums. The museums were founded and are operated by Shaul Shimon Deutsch, author of Larger than Life. The first location is at 1601 41st street in Borough Park, Brooklyn, New York, United States. There is a second location at 461 Riverside Drive in Fallsburg, New York, which operates during the summer season. A third location, which is open year-round, is at 235 River Avenue in Lakewood, New Jersey. (en)
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