The Holocaust Centre provides a range of facilities for people of all backgrounds to explore the history and implications of the Holocaust. These include the Holocaust Exhibition and Memorial Museum, The Journey Exhibition, Memorial Gardens, Bookshop and Coffeeshop. There are also seminar and research facilities for students, teachers, scholars, professionals and many others.
Admission charges – please book if you wish to listen to the speaker as seats are limited
Adults £7.50 (Gift Aid £8.25)
Concession and students £6.50 (Gift Aid £7.15)
Family ticket £20.00 (Gift Aid £22.00) 2 adults and up to 3 children
Under Gift Aid rules instead of paying Admission visitors are welcome to pay via a Gift Aid donation by paying an extra 10% more than our entry price (you must be a UK taxpayer). This enables us to claim 25% tax on the whole amount paid.
Groups – Price on request
Closed Bank Holidays.
If you have any query about opening times please telephone us on 01623 836627.
Planning your Day at the Holocaust Centre
Survivor speaker (lasts for 90 minutes)
Monday – Friday usually 12.45pm
Sundays usually 1.00pm
Times may vary please ring on the day to avoid disappointment.
Survivor talks are very popular you may wish to guarantee your place by booking a seat ahead of your visit.
Telephone: 01623 836627
Monday to Friday 10.30am -4pm
Sunday 10.30am – 4pm
Monday to Friday 2.30 – 4pm
Sundays 10.30am – 4pm
Please note that members of the public are very welcome to visit both exhibitions during these times. However, on weekdays, we ask visitors to be flexible around their visit to the exhibitions to allow school parties to complete there tours. Please be assured that there is plenty of time for all to absorb the exhibitions. Most visitors enjoy the peace of the gardens, relax in the coffee shop or spend time in the bookshop until the exhibition is free for their individual experience.
Groups of 15 or more can visit the Centre by prior arrangement except for Bank holidays. Please contact us to discuss your requirements and ensure your visit runs as smoothly as possible. Speakers for group visits can be arranged and we can offer buffet lunches and refreshments during your visit.
Convenient disabled parking and toilet facilities are provided. The Centre’s ground floor and memorial gardens are wheelchair-accessible. The Holocaust exhibition can be accessed by stair lift and there is a lift to The Journey exhibition. Hearing, guide and caring dogs are welcome.
Of the Berlin street: “At this point, I felt things really clicked into place and the children began to understand day-to-day life for Jews.” The carriage was engaging and poignant; children really got to see what happened in reality, but in a sensitive way.” “The home was atmospheric and children got a real feel for life in Germany in the 1930s.”