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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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Online Lectures for our Friends Worldwide

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Yad Vashem’s professionals have been given the opportunity to engage new and veteran audiences with meaningful content in the comfort of their own homes.

Yad Vashem’s educators, researchers, curators and staff have developed a series of lectures held on the Zoom platform in order to better connect with our friends and partners around the world, even in times when we are unable to meet face-to-face.

To that end, we are pleased to offer you the opportunity to view past lectures in the videos below. If you would like to receive invitations to future live lectures, please send your request to international.relations@yadvashem.org.il

Lecture sponsorship is available. For more information and to sponsor an online lecture, contact international.relations@yadvashem.org.il

 

Click here for online lectures in French // Pour des conférences en Français, cliquez ici

Christian Friends of Yad Vashem "Faith During the Holocaust" Webinar Series: Inscribed in the Book of Life - Choices and Dilemmas of Holocaust Survivors - Shani Farhi (Lourie)

A Conversation with Survivor Rena Quint

Christian Friends of Yad Vashem "Faith During the Holocaust" Webinar Series: The Day of Awe in a Vanishing World - Malky Weisberg

Christian Friends of Yad Vashem "Faith During the Holocaust" Webinar Series: "Ha'Yom Harat Olam" - Today is the Birth of the World - Shaya Ben Yehuda

Is Coronavirus-Inspired Antisemitism a New Phenomenon? -- Professor Dina Porat

Embracing Life in the Aftermath of the Holocaust -- Dr. Na'ama Shik

Marking Time - Jewish Calendars During the Holocaust - Sara Shor

Survivor Stories of Faith, Hope and Resilience -- Ephraim Kaye

What Now? Child Survivors in the Aftermath of the Holocaust - Dr. Sharon Kangisser-Cohen

Conscripted Slaves: Hungarian Jewish Forced Laborers on the Eastern Front -- Dr. Robert Rozett

Challenges of Holocaust Education: A Global Perspective - Dr. Eyal Kaminka

Rare Documents from the Yad Vashem Archives - Bettina Malka-Igelbusch

PIUS XII AND THE HOLOCAUST – WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM THE VATICAN ARCHIVES? - Dr. Iael Nidam-Orvieto

Postcards to a Little Boy - Reflections of a Kindertransport Child - Henry Foner

The Search for the Six Million Names - Dr. Haim Gertner

Do No Harm – Medical Ethics and the Holocaust

Christian Friends of Yad Vashem Antisemitism Webinar Mini-Series Lecture 3 - Contemporary Antisemitism - Sheryl Silver Ochayon

Theological Responses to the Holocaust - Rabbi Moshe Cohn

Christian Friends of Yad Vashem Antisemitism Webinar Mini-Series Lecture 2 - Nazi Racial Ideology - Ephraim Kaye

The “Unprecedentiveness” of the Holocaust - Professor Yehuda Bauer

Christian Friends of Yad Vashem Antisemitism Webinar Mini-Series Lecture 1 - A History of Antisemitism from Ancient to Modern Times - Dr. Robert Rozett

Scrolls of Fire and Scrolls of Hope - Shavuot and Treasured Artifacts rescued from the Shoah - Michael Tal

Antisemitism: Origins and Trends - Yossi Kugler and Dafna Dolinko

Aspects of Liberation, 75 Years Later - Ephraim Kaye

Spiritual Survival: Art During the Holocaust - Eliad Moreh-Rosenberg

The Last Descendants: Commemorating Holocaust Survivors who Died in Defense of the State of Israel - Nurit Davidson

Women Heroism in the Camp - Dr. Na'ama Shik

Rescue at a Price: Dilemmas Jews faced in trying to rescue fellow Jews - Dr. David Silberklang

Every Jewish Generation has its own Haggadah - Shani Lourie-Farhi