Project Description

Visit the only place of its kind in the UK and reflect for a moment in the beautiful memorial gardens…

The National Holocaust Centre and Museum is much more than a museum. Since it was established in 1995, it has become a vibrant memorial, a place of testimony and a Centre of learning for communities of all faiths and of none. Housed in the grounds of a former farmhouse on the edge of Sherwood Forest, it remains the first and only place of its kind in the UK.

The Museum provides an understanding of the causes and events of the Holocaust through a range of age-appropriate exhibitions and survivor testimonies and offers extensive programmes of learning from primary school level through to professional training. Accredited by the Arts Council, it features a permanent exhibition suitable for adults and children 12 years and older, as well as an age-appropriate interactive exhibition for younger children.

The Memorial Gardens are set in an acre of beautifully landscaped countryside and provide an important counterpoint to the historical museum. Visitors can take time to contemplate and reflect in the Rose Garden where the scent and sight of more than 1,000 roses, many dedicated by Holocaust survivors and their families, and each with an inscribed plaque, serve as a poignant reminder.

But what makes a visit particularly unique is the opportunity to meet a survivor of the Holocaust and to hear their story. The Centre is privileged to host survivors and bookings can be taken for scheduled talks on set dates.

The National Holocaust Centre and Museum are proud to be an Associated Attraction with England Heritage. Whilst the Centre remains an independent museum, they are offering members of English Heritage a discounted ticket price upon production of their Membership Card. Please refer to the membership area of their website for details. This offer is not available to pre-bookings.

Admission charges:

Adult £10

Child 8-17 £7.50

Family ticket 2 adults, 2 children OR I adult, 3 children £30

Free entry for carers and under 8’s

Tickets are still valid for 12 months to visit the museum, however, there will be an additional charge for some events.

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Tel: 01623 836627

National Holocaust Centre

National Holocaust Centre and Museum

The National Holocaust Centre and Museum, Acre Edge Road, Laxton, Newark, UK

The National Holocaust Centre and Museum, Acre Edge Road, Laxton, Newark, UK

01623 836 627

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