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The World Holocaust Remembrance Center is a 45-acre campus comprised of indoor museums, outdoor monuments, gardens and sculptures. Entrance to Yad Vashem is free. Entrance to the Holocaust History Museum is for ages 10 and up.
I am just home from a week long seminar in Yad Vashem for Holocaust Memorial Studies.
I cannot possibly sum up my experience in an adequate way as the expeirence was so incredible.
Our group leader for the week was Yiftach and he made the...More
My suggestion would be go in the morning. I would agree with other people don't go towards the end of the day. You need time to recover from the experience. Don't skip the children's memorial, its a must. My daughter was here in Israel already...More
This was my third time at Yad Vashem. Every time I feel more moved than the last. The tour guides at these museum are fantastic educators. The entire museum is very engaging and although very sad, it is vey necessary to visit. I took a...More
The collection is well curated, showing the rise of the Nazis and how they slowly but surely excluded Jews from public life before starting on the Final Solution. Some of the photos are hard to see, and some of the testimony is hard to hear,...More
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We took the train. Stop at the final stop which is Mount Herlz. You can walk 10 mins to the entrance of the museum or catch the shuttle bus. Honestly it is an easy walk lined with trees so even in the summer it was a... More
We took the train. Stop at the final stop which is Mount Herlz. You can walk 10 mins to the entrance of the museum or catch the shuttle bus. Honestly it is an easy walk lined with trees so even in the summer it was a pleasant walk. Hope this helps. Do the tour when you're there. It's totally worth it.