As the third-largest Holocaust museum in the world, we tell first-hand narratives of the Holocaust, inspiring our visitors to use the lessons of the past to transform the future.
While we are a Holocaust Museum, we have a number of exhibits that are appropriate for a family experience. Our Harvey L. Miller Family Youth Exhibition, “Make A Difference!”, provides an engaging and interactive space with hands-on activities for visitors ages 8-12. Click here to read more: https://bit.ly/2HN8fgc
Families can also explore our groundbreaking Abe & Ida Cooper Survivor Stories Experience where guests can sit across from a virtual Holocaust Survivor and ask questions about their life and survival. High-definition holographic interview recordings paired with voice recognition technology enable these incredible people to respond in real time to questions from the audience, inviting one-on-one “conversation”. What will you ask them?
With seven changing exhibitions per year, there is always something to see. Some of our temporary exhibits go deeper or broader into the Holocaust while others present contemporary human rights or social justice issues, Click here to see what’s on display: https://bit.ly/1JuJlNP
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