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Holocaust Centre of New Zealand

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The displays focus on Jewish life before and after the Holocaust.

Our Aim:

- To tell of humanity lost, of resilience and survival, and through the stories of the refugees that came to Wellington, teach tolerance, courage and racial harmony.
- To support schools, students and adult groups interested in the Holocaust with educational resources based on personal stories of holocaust survivors
- To record documents, photographs, videos and oral histories.


Contact Details
Postal address icon80 Webb Street, Wellington, New Zealand, 6011
Telephone number icon+64 4 801 9480
Web address iconhttp://www.holocaustcentre.org.nz
Email address iconinfo@holocaustcentre.org.nz


Visitor Information
Physical address icon80 Webb Street, Wellington, New Zealand, 6011, New Zealand
Hours of operation iconThe Holocaust Centre of New Zealand is open to the public from 10.00 am to 1.00 pm Sunday to Friday, and outside these hours by special arrangement.
Charges iconAdmission is free, but donations are welcome.


Facilities
Wheelchair accessReference LibraryGuided TourPublic ProgrammesToilets
Educational services - school and group visits, guest lectures