The Bomb Shelter Museum of Living History is a multi-media, fully immersive experience that simulates living through a rocket attack in Sderot, Ashdod or Ashkelon. The sights, sounds, smells and feel of an attack are recreated in frightening detail while information is provided to attendees describing the human elements of a bomb shelter that is so often overlooked when considering these attacks.
The Bomb Shelter Museum of Living History has appeared at Washington Square Park, in front of Baruch University and travelled the country, stopping at Art Basel: Miami where it was visited by over 5,000 people. It has been featured on CBS News, CNN, NPR and throughout NY media.
No one leaves the Bomb Shelter Museum the same. They are forever changed by the power of what they learn and experience.
We hope one day that Bomb Shelters will only exist in Museums but, until that day, our BSM will exist to show people the effects of Hamas terror attacks against the innocent civilians of Sderot.