The B’nai Israel Cultural Center was created with the goal to preserve the B’nai Israel Temple through the adaptive reuse of the building as a cultural heritage center.

The B’nai Israel Cultural Center is opening for tours on Thursday, June 23rd, 2022. The B’nai Israel Cultural Center will be open every Thursday-Saturday, 10 AM – 2 PM during the months of June and July. It is free to visit the B’nai Center during regular summer hours. Tours will be self-guided, with staff available to answer questions.

The All Nations exhibition from the Butte Silver-Bow Archives is featured within the B’nai Israel Cultural Center. The exhibit discusses 17 different ethnic groups that were influential in the foundation of Butte. These groups are: the Irish, Hispanic, Italian, Greek, Serbian, Finnish, Cornish, Native American, Jewish, African American, Lebanese, German, Croatian and Slovenian, French, British Islander, Norwegian, and Chinese.

For questions or if you are interested in booking a visit to the B’nai Israel Cultural Center outside of the set hours, please contact 406-782-3280.

The B’nai Israel Cultural Center is at 327 W Galena St, Butte, MT 59701.

To learn more about Jewish History in Butte, please click on the link below.

Jewish Community
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