The National Holocaust Centre and Museum

The National Holocaust Centre and Museum

The National Holocaust Centre and Museum
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Mandy M
London, UK36 bidrag
okt. 2022
A very worthwhile visit to this place which has been well laid out, informative and not too 'horrific' which I suspect is to make it palatable for schoolchildren. There were two parties while we were there. Having been to several other places devoted to the holocaust I thought this was very much up there amongst the good ones. The cafe was slightly disappointing as we finished around lunchtime and would have stayed for lunch but as they didn't serve lunches went elsewhere.
Skrevet 13. november 2022
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Al
Nottinghamshire, UK25 bidrag
sep. 2022
Well worth a visit. Thought provoking and a reminder of the true horror that took place. There was a school visit taking place at the time and I think it’s important that they get to see the history. Only £9 each.
Skrevet 24. september 2022
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autumnfairies
Lincolnshire, UK16 bidrag
sep. 2022 • Familie
We’ve been to a fair few museums in our time and this was up there with the best of them.
Embarrassingly at 43 years of age I had minimal knowledge of the Holocaust. Today taught me so much and everything was presented in such a way it’s easy for both children and adults to understand.
Had a colleague of mine not been to this museum we would have not known anything about this place. It’s a hidden gem!
The admission, gift shop and cafe are all very reasonably priced as well.
The memorial garden is beautiful and it would be nice to return in the summer months.
Skrevet 18. september 2022
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littletuppence
Durham, UK312 bidrag
sep. 2022 • Venner
We visited while staying in the area. The centre is so well set out , with lots of information and stories . I thought I knew a lot about the holocaust but it turned out I didn't . At times it was harrowing and very emotional and I was pleased for the tranquil gardens for a time of reflection . I think that every school should visit here , and be truly educated.
Skrevet 16. september 2022
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jamhelz
Yaxley, UK98 bidrag
aug. 2022 • Familie
We are staying in the area and decided to visit after seeing an advert in a local publication. We arrived thinking it may be a quick walk around a few artefacts but how wrong we were. This museum has been so thoughtfully put together with different areas and rich history which is sad, shocking, fascinating and incredibly humbling. The option to return within a year is a lovely gesture as we could not take everything in during one visit. As other reviewers have commented, it is a shame that this centre is not more well known as it should be a must-do, especially for schools.
Skrevet 1. september 2022
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Lesley
Burton upon Trent, UK1 bidrag
aug. 2022
I found this by accident when visiting nearby with my teenagers. It is incredibly powerful, but also very accessible to all. 'The Journey' telling the story of Leo a young Jewish boy was superbly set out through 6 rooms, including a secret hiding place. This is a fantastic resource for families and schools alike. The main exhibition was full of information and personal stories. A walk around the beautiful memorial gardens finished our morning perfectly. A very moving and educational place, which I think everyone should visit.
Skrevet 15. august 2022
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malcar12
Manchester, UK34 bidrag
jul. 2022
We visited Nottingham as a short break with the express intention of visiting this Centre. We were impressed!
As older people we each had significant understanding/information about the Holocaust, so there was little that was 'new' to us. Clearly intent on education the information is communicated in accessible ways. The rose garden is especially beautiful and deserves 'reading' as it the means by which the wider impact of the holocaust is demonstrated.
Our 'regret' is that the Centre is not more widely known about, and that perhaps there are too few links with related organizations.
Congratulations to all concerned.
Skrevet 14. juli 2022
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Claire T
Gainsborough, UK44 bidrag
jun. 2022 • Par
Despite having lived in the local area all of my life I only recently found out about this little gem of a place. It's a lovely way to spend a couple of hours with lots of
great information, pictures and videos. We went during half term and it was not too busy. I thought I was reasonably educated on the Holocaust but I learnt lots and very much enjoyed the museum. The gardens in particular are stunning and ideal for peaceful reflection, and hundreds of plaques paying tribute.to those lost.
We had coffee and cake at the cafe afterwards which was nice too.
For the £9 admission price I would highly recommend visiting, plus you get a free pass for a year too. I would definitely like to visit again when there is a survivor talk on
Skrevet 1. juni 2022
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Arty Sioux
35 bidrag
mai 2022 • Par
From the beautiful scented rose gardens to the thoughtfully curated and original exhibitions, this was an amazing and moving day. We were lucky enough to hear one of the survivor talks, such a privilege. The Centre and it’s grounds are filled with stunning artwork and sculptures, there is also a homely cafe, book and gift shop. I couldn’t recommend this more highly. Planning to return again to participate in one of the art workshops.
Skrevet 22. mai 2022
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Emma S
1 bidrag
mai 2022
Until a year ago, I had no idea that there was a National Holocaust Museum in the UK. What makes that more shocking, is that it is only 25 minutes from where I live.
Last week, I spent a morning there, and it was one of the most moving and emotional places that I have visited. If I had to sum it up in one phrase, it would be that it is ‘harrowingly brilliant’.
The first part that we visited was called Leo’s diary and it focused on a young Jewish boy and played diary entries from when the Jews were first singled out to when he went on the Kinder train out of Germany. There are 5 rooms about Leo (plus a secret hiding room), that take you from his family home, to school, to shops being targeted then to his father’s shop being ransacked, and finally to the train when Leo leaves his family. Each room is very realistic, and has sounds and smells so immerses you in a multi-sensory experience. The final room in this part of the museum has memorabilia from children and adults who left Germany. You see suitcases, clothes, toys and even an accordion.
The next part is called The Journey, and this shows Hitler’s early life, his rise to power and then dictatorship, and then finally the concentration camps and the Holocaust. There are touching stories from ladies who remembered why their parents voted for Hitler. I think this is important to know so that history does not repeat itself – but there are also many moving stories of people who survived the Holocaust, and also from the families of those who did not.
Outside is a rose garden, with each rose being planted in memory of someone or a family. Reading the plaques is so moving. There is also an obelisk with 6 sides and the names of 6 death camps written on each side. Underneath is soil taken from each site. There is a pile of stones that you can add to, each remembers children who died in the Holocaust, and there are other statues, each with deep significance and meaning.
It is somewhere we all need to visit. What happened to the Jews, communists, Roma and others in the Holocaust is horrific, but as time moves on and as people who were alive in the second world war pass away, it is imperative that we remember what happened, how Hitler came to power and how he got away with what he was doing for so long, so that we can try and prevent this happening on this scale again.
I had an incredibly moving and worthwhile visit, and I think anyone who can visit should do so.
Skrevet 13. mai 2022
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