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Yad Vashem – The World Holocaust Remembrance Center

Yad Vashem is open to visitors. Opening hours: Sunday-Thursday 09: 00-16: 00. Fridays and holiday eves 9:00-13:00. Saturday and Israeli holidays – closed.
Admission to Yad Vashem is free and with advance registration via the Yad Vashem website.

Admission to the Museum of Holocaust History from the age of 10 and up will be allowed up to one hour before closing time.

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  • 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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TripAdvisor Reviews

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Shocking but necessary
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on November 24, 2021

An unbelievable travel to a time of horror and destruction. A perfectly maintained memory of those terrible times which must never be forgotten

Yad Vashem - let us never forget!!!
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on November 16, 2020

A centre you cannot visit without being deeply touched by everything you see. The stories of people like ourselves, their belongings and photographs, the terrible evil things that happened to them all. Let us never forget what poeple can do to eachother, Let us learn from this place and stand up for the rights...

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A centre you cannot visit without being deeply touched by everything you see. The stories of people like ourselves, their belongings and photographs, the terrible evil things that happened to them all. Let us never forget what poeple can do to eachother, Let us learn from this place and stand up for the rights and freedom of those who are persecuted.

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Never Forget
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on November 12, 2020

Visiting this museum should be a requirement for entry to Israel. Everyone can benefit from exposure to the undeniable historical experiences laid out in detail in this museum. A vital remembrance of an event hugely important not only for Israel but also for the whole world.

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