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Holocaust Museum and Memorial

The Neuberger houses a permanent collection of archival photographs, art, artefacts and testimony. Our current museum exhibit, Young Voices from the Holocaust, features several collection highlights.

Our interactive portrait gallery entitled, We Who Survived, is a photographic tribute to the members of our survivor speakers' bureau. 

The gateway to the museum is a set of iconographic bronze doors created by sculptor Andrew Posa.

The Hall of Memories, the memorial inside the museum, is a place of remembrance and reflection for visitors.

Visiting the Museum

The Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre is pleased to welcome you to our museum and create a visitor experience tailored to your group's needs.

For museum information, including address and directions, click here.

For information about booking a group visit, click here.

For general inquiries, please call 416.631.5689.

Regrettably, due to regularly scheduled tours and space restrictions, walk-ins cannot always be accommodated. We strongly encourage calling in advance of your visit.

If a museum visit is cancelled with less than two weeks notice, an administrative fee of $50 will be charged.