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Visiting Info
Opening Hours:

Sunday to Wednesday: ‬08:30-17:00
Thursday: 8:30-20:00 *
* The Holocaust History Museum, Museum of Holocaust Art, Exhibitions Pavilion and Synagogue are open until 20:00. All other sites close at 17:00.

Fridays and Holiday eves: ‬08:30-14:00

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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Outreach in the Community

Assisting with searching the Central Database of Shoah Victims' Names at the 70 Days for 70 Years launch event in Jerusalem. (January 2015)

Rabbi Israel Meir Lau, Chairman of the Yad Vashem Council, pictured with Cynthia Wroclawski, Manager, Shoah Victims' Names Recovery Project and Sara Berkowitz, Head of Community Relations, Shoah Victims' Names Recovery Project at the 70 Days for 70 Years

The Florida Holocaust Museum hosted a public meeting of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Tampa Bay

The Florida Holocaust Museum hosted a public meeting of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Tampa Bay. Urszula Szczepinska, Curator of Education and Director of Research at the FHM, explained step by step how to get involved in Yad Vashem's Shoah Victims' Names Recovery Project, showed examples of Pages of Testimony submitted by the Museum and discussed the impact they have made. The FHM is coordinating Names Recovery outreach in the area and has submitted over 400 Pages on behalf of community members, mostly Holocaust survivors. (October 2014)

The Florida Holocaust Museum hosted a public meeting of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Tampa Bay. The FHM is coordinating Names Recovery outreach in the area and has submitted over 400 Pages on behalf of community members, mostly Holocaust survivors.

The Florida Holocaust Museum hosted a public meeting of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Tampa Bay. Urszula Szczepinska, Curator of Education and Director of Research at the FHM, explained step by step how to get involved in Yad Vashem's Shoah Victims' Names Recovery Project, showed examples of Pages of Testimony submitted by the Museum and discussed the impact they have made. The FHM is coordinating Names Recovery outreach in the area and has submitted over 400 Pages on behalf of community members, mostly Holocaust survivors. (October 2014)

Volunteers at the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust provide assistance to the public interested in searching the Names Database and submitting Pages of Testimony. (April 2015)

Volunteers at the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust provide assistance to the public interested in searching the Names Database and submitting Pages of Testimony. (April 2015)

Cheryl and Bob Finklestein (center and Right) meet in Jerusalem with Cynthia Wroclawski, Manager of the Names Recovery Project

Cheryl and Bob Finklestein (center and Right) meet in Jerusalem with Cynthia Wroclawski, Manager of the Names Recovery Project, to discuss how to step-up their volunteer outreach for the Names Project in both the greater Boston and Palm Beach area of Florida, where they reside in the United States. (February 2015)

Meeting with the Association of Concentration Camps and Ghetto Survivors in Israel, Pictured Dr. Lila Glaser, Director of the association and a survivor of the Zhabokrich Ghetto, April 2014

Aron Shneyer, PhD, Manager of Community Relations and Russian-speaking Jewish organizations The Shoah Victims' Names Recovery Project, FSU, speaks about the project. April 2014

Olga Litvak, Project Coordinator, Shoah Victims' Names Recovery Project, FSU, explains how to fill out a Page of Testimony. April 2014

A map of the Zhabokrich Ghetto sketched by a Ghetto survivor and member of the association. The map has been restored for commemorative purposes

Volunteer Kimberly Wetherell, assists submitters of Pages of Testimony in Central Florida, November 2011

Alexander Avram, Yad Vashem Hall of Names Director delivering a workshop at the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS), Washington DC, August 2011

Names Project volunteers assisting submitters of Pages of Testimony in Central Florida, November 2011

Names Project Manager Cynthia Wroclawski pictured with Holocaust Survivor Jerry Rawicki at a Names Project presentation at the Florida Holocaust Museum, February 2010

Pictured (from left to right) Rose Rosen, Cynthia Wroclawski, Ula Szczepinska and Naomi and Moris Slomowitz at a Names Project presentation at the Florida Holocaust Museum, February 2010

Names Recovery Efforts in Australia

Names Recovery Efforts in Australia

Avner Shalev, Chairman of the Yad Vashem Directorate, Yossi Hollander Names Recovery Project benefactor and local project supporters and volunteers, Belarus, May 2008

Volunteer training session led by Project Manager Cynthia Wroclawski, Florida, April 2008

Names Recovery Campaign, Mount Sinai Club, Rio De Janeiro Brazil, August 2007

Names Recovery efforts, San Francisco, April 2008

Project volunteers provide assistance with submitting Pages of Testimony, Protea Village, Tel Mond

Project volunteers provide assistance with submitting Pages of Testimony, Protea Village, Tel Mond