THE CHALDEAN CULTURAL CENTER

A PORTRAIT OF A PEOPLE

MUSEUM
EXHIBITS

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ANCIENT MESOPOTAMIA

FAITH & CHURCH

VILLAGE
LIFE

JOURNEY TO
AMERICA

CHALDEANS
TODAY

MUSEUM HOURS

Monday’s – Saturday’s

10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Advance reservation is required.

MUSEUM ENTRANCE FEE

Children under age 5 free

$5 Per Child (ages 5-12)
$10 Per Adult

School Groups: $5 Per Student
(group of 10 or more)

OUR CENTER

The Center paints a portrait of a people, exploring the history that shaped them, the faith that sustains them, and the lives they lead today. At its heart is an exhibition that takes visitors from the court of Nebuchadnezzar to an immigrant grocery store in Detroit and beyond. Multimedia presentations, sophisticated hands-on activities, artifacts both ancient and modern, and evocative environments will tell a distinctive, engaging, and powerful story.

VIRTUAL DISCUSSION ARCHIVE

Interview with Ur Mendoza Jaddou, Director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

https://youtu.be/T_tyFDeGavc

Interview with Theo Wardia, Operations Director of the Arabic Chaldean Hispanic Organization

https://youtu.be/lKtjLA_rxmw

Interview with Carly Hakim Babi, Attorney and Advocate

https://youtu.be/yWSu8n52oWQ

Interview with Amanda H. Podany, Professor Emeritus of History

https://youtu.be/AfGQbzItxJ8

Advance Reservation is Required to Visit the Museum