Yad Vashem, the World Holocaust Remembrance Center, comprises indoor museums and outdoor monuments, exhibitions, memorial sites, gardens, sculptures, and world-class research and education centers.
You are invited to experience the Holocaust History Museum, discover the Museum of Holocaust Art, view survivor testimonies and authentic artifacts, be moved by the Children's Memorial and the Avenue of the Righteous Among the Nations, and explore the unique memorial sites and monuments that are integrated throughout the campus.
Yad Vashem is entrusted with the mission of documenting the events of the Holocaust, preserving the memory of each and every one of the six million individuals murdered, and passing on the legacy of the Holocaust to future generations.
New In Yad Vashem : Guided tours in English every Friday at 10 AM / Cost: 32 NIS.
Audio Guide available in languages: Hebrew, English, Arabic, French, German, Spanish, Polish and Russian.
Entrance to the Holocaust History Museum is permitted up to one hour before closing, and from ages 10 and above.
Book Store and Cafeteria on the premises.
Guided tours and lectures are available by prior reservation.
Admission to Yad Vashem is free.