Yad Vashem - World Holocaust Remembrance Center

Museums, History Jerusalem
Yad Vashem

Time Out says

Yad Vashem is a poignant - often painful - Holocaust memorial that must be visited.

Yad Vashem’s 45-acre campus comprises indoor museums and outdoor monuments, exhibitions, memorial sites, gardens, sculptures, and world-class research and education centers – all devoted to preserving the memory of the Holocaust. The hollowed-out cavern with a single candle reflected by a series of mirrors commemorates the 1.5 million children killed.



Address: Har Hazikaron

Price: Free; entry only for ages 10 and over.
Opening hours: Sun-Wed 9:00-17:00, Thu 09:00-20:00, Fri & holiday eves 09:00-14:00

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