Please note: Audrey’s Museum Store and the Noah’s Ark Store are closed until further notice. In the meantime, shop with us online or by virtual appointment! And check back here for updates on the fall reopening of our physical locations.
Audrey’s Museum Store
Audrey’s Museum Store features an artful array of merchandise inspired by the Skirball’s mission, values, and programming. Located off the main lobby of the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles, Audrey’s is your go-to destination for contemporary and traditional Judaica, exhibition souvenirs and catalogues, home and office goods, jewelry, books, and more.
Our satellite Noah’s Ark Store—inspired by Noah’s Ark at the Skirball, our landmark children’s and family destination—carries children’s books, puppets, toys, and games for little ones that celebrate the natural world and its wondrous, wild, wooly, scaly, and leafy inhabitants!
Every store purchase supports the Skirball’s cultural and educational programming.
Shop Audrey’s Museum Store Online
Browse our collections from the safety and comfort of your home! Our online store features a curated selection of classic, new, and bestselling products.
Enjoy Virtual Personal Shopping at Audrey’s
Connect with our store professionals virtually! To schedule a one-on-one phone or video appointment, email email@example.com.
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About Our Namesake
Audrey’s Museum Store is named after philanthropist and patron of the arts Audrey Skirball-Kenis (1915–2002). With grace and vigor, she personified hospitality and devotion to communal welfare. She helped launch the Skirball Cultural Center and cut the ribbon at the inauguration in 1995. We are blessed by her memory.
About the Skirball
The Skirball Cultural Center is a place of meeting guided by the Jewish tradition of welcoming the stranger and inspired by the American democratic ideals of freedom and equality. We welcome people of all communities and generations to participate in cultural experiences that celebrate discovery and hope, foster human connections, and call upon us to help build a more just society.
Our mission is deeply rooted in Jewish heritage and inspired by its values. Over time, six of these values have emerged for us as the most essential:
Welcome the Stranger
Treat others, no matter how different from ourselves, as we want to be treated, with the respect and dignity that is the birthright of every human being.
Remember our historical and communal past, and draw upon it as a source of strength and learning.
Embrace curiosity, asking better questions and seeking better answers.
Pursue justice and fairness in all we do, from the biggest decisions we make as citizens to the most everyday of personal choices.
Seek out others—friends and strangers alike—working with them to amplify the good we bring into the world.
Nurture the seed of kindness—toward others, toward each other, and toward a world in need of repair and renewal.