During yesterday's extremely enjoyable time helping my granddaughters fly their handmade kites in the Israel Museum, the title to this post was flying around my head, like a hyperactive fly.
Periodically there were announcements that Mincha minyanim would be forming, so anyone who wanted to pray the Jewish Afternoon Prayer could gather at a specific place. I don't remember that from museum events when my own children were young.
Today religion is more "natural" and unembarrassed. Years ago, men (and women) who wanted to pray would look for an unobtrusive corner, hidden from public view.
עם ישראל חי
Am Yisrael Chai
The People of Israel Lives!!