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Sightseeing. Many Jews live in or near urban cities where thousands of tourists come every year, but how often do we play tourist ourselves? Now’s your chance. Again, check the local attractions first as many museums and monuments have at least one weekday or morning free.

Don’t forget family! Meet up with family and friends at any of the above locations, making the day that much more special and fun for everyone. For older relatives, go to them, bringing special Pesach treats and some arts and crafts for everyone to do together.


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