The Holocaust Centre provides a moving experience that gives kids the chance to learn about the Holocaust and other genocide in the 20th century. This would be an especially valuable experience for kids of school age who are covering this subject in their lessons.
The Holocaust exhibition has been designed with younger people in mind as about 60% of visitors are under 16 years of age. It aims to tell the story of Jewish life in Europe, the development of National Socialism and explain how the Nazis rose to power.
There are 2 galleries describing the Nazi occupation of Europe, the first focuses on Ghettos and Concentration Camps, while the other explains the difficulties experienced by survivors of the Holocaust.
Outside the main building are the beautifully landscaped Memorial Gardens, which provide a space to reflect on what you have seen at the Centre while surrounded by living and growing things.
Closed Saturday and Monday
Acre Edge Road,
Booking tickets is now essential!
Yes, there is parking onsite.
Yes, there are toilets, accessible toilets and baby changing facilities.
Yes, there are baby changing facilities.
Yes, you can bring a picnic.
Yes, there is an onsite restaurant and snacks are available.
No, The National Holocaust Centre and Museum is not wheelchair friendly.
No, The National Holocaust Centre and Museum have stated they are not pushchair friendly.
The National Holocaust Centre and Museum has not told us if they are dog friendly.
Anything else I should know?
There is an onsite shop