The Museum's collection includes hundreds of Mané-Katz's paintings - oils and gouaches, pastels and drawings, as well as a number of very valuable sculptures. There are items of antique furniture, carpets, statuettes, ceramic toys from Eastern Europe, bronze figurines from the Far East, and many other items. The collection of Jewish religious and ceremonial articles is rich and unique, and includes menorahs, Torah salvers, crowns and pomegranates, coverings for the Ark of the Law, and texts.
Works by Mané-Katz are to be found in the world's finest museums, including the Museum of Contemporary Art in Paris, the Metropolitan in New York, the Stedelijk in Amsterdam, Jerusalem's Israel Museum, and the Tel-Aviv Museum of Art. The Mané-Katz Museum Collection is the largest and most important in the world.