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The Holocaust Centre of New Zealand is country's national Holocaust education and remembrance Centre, sharing the stories of the survivors of Nazi persecution, who came to make New Zealand their home. Read their stories, see DVDs of their testimony...more
Hours Today: 10:00 - 13:00
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80 Webb Street | Te Aro, Wellington 6011, New Zealand
Despite its exploration of one of the great tragedies of the 20th century, the Holocaust Centre is ultimately not a sad place because its real subject is human courage and resilience in the face of war and terror.
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Visited on a Sunday morning. Howard talked me through a number of the exhibits - was interesting to hear and was a nice personal touch. Took about 45 mins to have a proper read of the info there. Interesting to hear about the Holocaust button...More
A collection of artefacts from Wellington Jewish survivors of the Holocaust have been gathered, along with photographs, some primary source documents and other items of interest. There is also a sizeable library of books available for viewing, and films of survivors' stories. We were there...More
The Holocaust Centre of New Zealand tells the stories of some of the survivors of Nazi persecution who came to New Zealand. The Centre includes a small library of Holocaust literature and an exhibition on Holocaust survivors. There is a timeline of events featured in...More