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Yad Vashem – The World Holocaust Remembrance Center

  • +972-(0)72-3281988
  • Mount Herzl, Jerusalem
  • The Holocaust History Museum (Photo Courtesy of Yad Vashem).
  • Yad Vashem Campus (Photo Courtesy of Yad Vashem).
  • The Holocaust Art Museum (Photo Courtesy of Yad Vashem).
  • Yad Vashem Campus (Photo: Noam Chen, courtesy of Yad Vashem).
  • The Holocaust History Museum (Photo Courtesy of Yad Vashem).
  • Yad Vashem Campus (Photo Courtesy of Yad Vashem).
  • "Flashes of Memory" - Exhibitions Pavilion (Photo Courtesy of Yad Vashem).
  • Hall of Names, Noam Chen (Photo Courtesy of Yad Vashem).
  • Yad Vashem Campus (Photo Courtesy of Yad Vashem).
  • The Holocaust History Museum (Photo Courtesy of Yad Vashem).
  • The Holocaust Art Museum (Photo Courtesy of Yad Vashem).
  • Yad Vashem Campus (Photo Courtesy of Yad Vashem).
  • The Holocaust History Museum (Photo Courtesy of Yad Vashem).
  • The Holocaust History Museum (Photo Courtesy of Yad Vashem).
  • Yad Vashem Campus, Noam Chen (Photo Courtesy of Yad Vashem).

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Fri | Dec 13 | 10:00AM
  • Yad Vashem, Mount Herzl, Jerusalem
  • Friday (Repeats every week)

    10:00

Join Yad Vashem's weekly guided tour of the world's foremost Holocaust museum Read more
₪32 / personMore info
Tue | Dec 10 | 8:30AM
  • Yad Vashem, Jerusalem
  • Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

    08:30 - 18:00

    Thursday (Repeats every week)

    08:30 - 20:00

    Friday (Repeats every week)

    08:30 - 14:00

Yad Vashem presents a new photography exhibition at the exhibition pavilion: "Flashes of Memory - Photography during The Holocaust Read more
Mon | Jan 27 | 8:30AM
  • Yad Vashem, Jerusalem
  • January 27 2020

    08:30 - 18:00

Tours, lectures and other programs at Yad Vashem Read more
Commemorate the Holocaust in Yad Vashem and around Jerusalem. Read more

TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 8478 traveler reviews
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Very interesting
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 1 day ago

A moving museum, with a lot of emotion, not expensive if you use the radio headsets. A personal tour is very very expensive. A lot of people were in tears as they have lost people to the Germans in the war. Well worth a visit compared to a lot of sites.

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An excellent place to learn and reflect
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 2 days ago

We came as a tour group and had lunch before visiting the place. Lunch is delicious. The museum has a comprehensive coverage of the time before and after the holocaust. There are many videos that show the events during the period. There are interviews with survivors. Lots of photographs and exhibits from...

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We came as a tour group and had lunch before visiting the place. Lunch is delicious. The museum has a comprehensive coverage of the time before and after the holocaust. There are many videos that show the events during the period. There are interviews with survivors. Lots of photographs and exhibits from the holocaust with good explanation. It is very depressing and stirs all kinds of feeling about the atrocities and sufferings of the people. We didn't have enough time to see everything - it takes at least 3 to 4 hours to visit the museum. The exit is lined up with trees dedicated to the righteous eg Corrie Ten Boom, Oscar Schindler, etc. A solemn and excellent experience for mankind.

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A life Changing 3 hours
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 2 days ago

The audio guide is excellent and explains the history and background to the photographic evidence of the worst terror ever perpetrated by man on man. So many countries complicit in this madness and still so recent. There is a room for every country and it takes time to absorb the brutality and...

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The audio guide is excellent and explains the history and background to the photographic evidence of the worst terror ever perpetrated by man on man. So many countries complicit in this madness and still so recent. There is a room for every country and it takes time to absorb the brutality and cruelty of each nation. It takes 3 hours to complete the walk through the museum and another hour or more to recover - every child should go there as part of their education - it would change the world.

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