Date: Sunday, May 17th
Time: 2pm – 3pm
Admission: $15 You MUST buy tickets BEFORE the tour as its a limited capacity. No tickets will be available at the door the day of the event.
***Offsite: 1605 41 Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11219 (Ditmas Ave, F train).
Meeting point at this address promptly at 1:45. Latecomers will not be accommodated.
Today, join us on an eye-popping excursion to Torah Animal World, a unique taxidermy Museum in Borough Park, Brooklyn. The two-floor natural history museum features an extensive collection of over 500 preserved animals, both kosher and not kosher, complete and mounted.
Have you ever weight giraffe vertebras or felt the hairy skin of an elephant? In this tour of the taxidermy center, led by Rabbi Shaul Shimon Deutsch, everyone is encouraged to touch and feel the exhibits for educational purposes. Featured items and specimens include thousand year old dreidels, a gladiator trident, kangaroos, rock hard ostrich eggs, an African elephant head, and a bear taking down a deer.
This amazing property is in danger of being sold, so don’t miss out on the opportunity to experience this uncanny menagerie before it leaves Brooklyn forever.