The Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust is commemorating 20 years of serving as New York’s Holocaust Memorial Museum with a series of special exhibitions and installations, public programs, and community events. Learning to Remember offers a glimpse of some of the most compelling, thought-provoking, and historically significant exhibitions presented by the Museum in the last two decades. These exhibitions explored important topics – from Jewish resistance against the Nazis to the American Jewish connection to Lady Liberty – and attracted diverse audiences to what is now the third largest Holocaust museum in the world.
The Morris and Fannie Pickman Keeping History Center – where visitors can engage with survivor testimony and experience the full effect of the Museum’s meaningful location – is a fitting place for an installation that looks back on this institution’s proud history.
Exhibition Date: September 15, 2017 - October 31, 2019
$8 General Admission
$5 Seniors, Students, Veterans, ADA Access
Free Members, Children Age 12 and Younger
Free 4 – 9 PM Wednesday and Thursday
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