Shai Yamin, head of marketing at the museum, told Haaretz separate visiting hours would be arranged based on the requests of the ultra-Orthodox community to view the exhibit, "A World Apart Next Door: Glimpses into the Life of Hasidic Jews."
Yamin said the separate visiting hours will not affect regular visiting hours to the museum and officials are currently considering allowing the ultra-Orthodox community to see the exhibit in the evening after the museum closes or on Tuesday mornings when it is not open to the public.
The exhibit was opened a month ago but is expected to arouse the interest of the ultra-Orthodox community, especially with seminaries closing for summer vacation, the paper said.
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