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Visiting Info
Opening Hours:

Sunday to Thursday: ‬09:00-17:00

Fridays and Holiday eves: ‬09:00-14:00

Yad Vashem is closed on Saturdays and all Jewish Holidays.

Entrance to the Holocaust History Museum is not permitted for children under the age of 10. Babies in strollers or carriers will not be permitted to enter.

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Educational videos

What Is the Holocaust? a Chronological Overview

"A Land of My Own" - The Story of Tibi (Ze'ev) Ram

"They Gave Me Life" - The Story of Rina Quint

"That's What I Hope" – The Story of Hannah Pick

The Conspiracy Theory of World War II

Allegations of Antisemitism in the Labour Party

Antisemitism in the Far-Left

There Was No Place in This World for Us - The Story of Chava Wolf Vizhnitzer

Lone Melody - The Story of Mordechai Chechanover

The World We Hadn't Yet Known - The Story of Lucien Lazar

As Long as I Live and Breathe - The Story of Sara Leicht-Weinstein

Facing the Future and Combating Hate

Anti-Zionism

Antisemitism in the Far-right

The Main Principles of Nazi Ideology

France and the Dreyfus Affair

Attitudes toward Jews under Muslim Rule

St. Augustine's Perception of the Jews

"Yours, Anne Frank"

Mordechai Anielewicz: A Life

Abba Kovner: Underground and Partisan Commander in the Vilna Area

Primo Levi: A Life

Elie Wiesel: A Life

The fate of the Jewish Community in Nowogrodek During the Holocaust

The fate of the Jewish Community in Ungvar in the Holocaust

The fate of the Jews of Budapest During the Holocaust

The fate of the Jewish Community in Radun

The fate of the Jews of Stanislawow During the Holocaust

The Story of Hungarian Jewry Before and During the Holocaust

A Remnant of Hope – The Story of Shmuel Bogler

Pages of Life – The Story of Genia and Nahum Manor

Like a Sparrow in the Sky – The Story of Daniel Gold

If We Survive This War – The Story Of Frieda Kliger

"All My Mothers" -The Story of Yehudith Kleinman

Whose Child Are You?" The Story of Tswi Josef Herschel

Liberators and Survivors: The First Moments

Janusz Korczak - Short Biography

Key Historical Concepts in Holocaust Education: Nazi Camps

Islamist Antisemitism

The Impact of the Great War on Germany

Anti-Judaism

The Nature of Antisemitism

Antisemitism after the Holocaust

Teaching the Holocaust Using Photographs

What is the Holocaust? Part 1

Artists of Terezin: Leo Haas

Poetry in Holocaust Education: "Testimony" by Dan Pagis

Teaching The Holocaust Using Sports

Artists of Terezin: Guidelines for Educators

The Ghettos

Jewish Resistance During the Holocaust

Teaching the Holocaust Using Art

The Development of the "Final Solution"

The Great Deportation in the Warsaw Ghetto - Abraham Lewin’s Diary

The Oyneg Shabbes Archive Collections: The Wills of Israel Lichtenstein and Gele Sekstein

Rachel Auerbach and the Public Kitchen in the Warsaw Ghetto

Teaching about Nazi Perpetrators

The Auschwitz Album-Guidelines for Educators

Holocaust Survivors – First Steps in the DP Camps and a New Beginning

Holocaust Survivors - Liberated but Not Free

The deportation of Jews from Hungary and Lodz to Auschwitz Birkenau, 1944

Key Historical Concepts in Holocaust Education: Fuhrerprinzip ("Leadership Principle")

Key Historical Concepts in Holocaust Education: The Jewish Badge

Key Historical Concepts in Holocaust Education: The Weimar Republic

Key Historical Concepts in Holocaust Education: Race Doctrine

Key Historical Concepts in Holocaust Education: The Totalitarian Regime

Key Historical Concepts in Holocaust Education: The Wannsee Conference

Key Historical Concepts in Holocaust Education: Lebensraum ("Living Space")

Key Historical Concepts in Holocaust Education: Approaches in Holocaust Research

Using Holocaust Testimony in the Classroom

Roots of Nazi Ideology

Emanuel Ringelblum: The Oyneg Shabbes Underground Archive in the Warsaw Ghetto

Everyday Life in the Warsaw Ghetto

The Jewish Letter Carrier in the Warsaw Ghetto, by Peretz Opoczynski

Glimpses of Jewish Life before the Holocaust

Antisemitism

Yad Vashem's Educational Philosophy

Poetry in Holocaust Education