Enrich your Skirball experience with a visit to Audrey's Museum Store, featuring a large range of gifts— art prints and sculpture, unique jewelry from around the globe, books, music, and classic and contemporary Judaica including tallitot and ketubbot— or take home souvenirs of a special exhibition.
For children, discover a wide selection of handcrafted arks and animals, lively games, challenging puzzles, life-like puppets, and decorative art projects from around the world, as well as Fair Trade and eco-friendly toys. Also find educational books on the subjects of community, working together, self-esteem, second chances, and caring for the environment.
Every purchase at Audrey's supports the Skirball and its educational programs.
Shop with ease
- Free parking
- Personalized service
- Friendly and knowledgeable staff
- Free gift-wrapping
- Free gift registries
- 10% discount for Skirball Members
About Our Namesake, Audrey Skirball-Kenis
Audrey's Museum Store is named in honor of Audrey Skirball-Kenis. As an American Jew, born in Birmingham, Alabama, Audrey was nourished by Jewish principles. She personified hospitality and communal service. Audrey pioneered the Skirball Cultural Center with vigor, grace, and dignity. In the spring of 1996, she inaugurated the Skirball Cultural Center as a place of meeting and learning.
Her philanthropic spirit, dedication, and personal commitment to numerous cultural, artistic, and humanitarian causes have made a significant impact on the greater Los Angeles community and well beyond. Audrey's Museum Store is intended as a special tribute to her generosity, her sense of style, and her vision of the role and purpose of the Skirball Cultural Center. We are blessed by her memory.
Audrey's Museum Store Mission
Audrey's Museum Store was created to expand and enrich the visitor experience for adults and children. Using educational handouts, display signage, and website resources, Audrey’s knowledgeable and service-oriented staff extends the lessons of the Skirball's core exhibition, Visions and Values: Jewish Life from Antiquity to America, by making ceremonial objects for life cycle events and holidays that are inspired by the Skirball's own collection both accessible and relevant to contemporary life.
For changing exhibitions, Audrey's presents an array of related merchandise. Visitors deepen their knowledge of immigration, American history, and multicultural traditions through a focus on niche books, music, jewelry, and educational toys.