The displays focus on the Holocaust and New Zealand:
Jewish life before and after the Holocaust.
Two parallel Timelines, events in Europe and the New Zealand responses.
The experience of the Holocaust told through the stories of New Zealand Holocaust survivors.
Powerful videos of Holocaust survivors telling their stories.
View the new exhibition 'Auschwitz to Aotearoa: Survival in Nazi Concentration Camps' about nine Jewish women, from different countries and backgrounds, who survived Auschwitz and later came to New Zealand.
Gain an insight into the experiences of Holocaust survivors based in New Zealand and their war-time lives.
Learn about the challenges refugees from Nazi Europe faced in New Zealand.
Due to Pesach/Passover & Easter closures the Centre will have the following hours over the next fortnight.
Monday 10 April: Open as usual 10 -1pm
Tuesday 11 April: CLOSED
Wednesday 12 April: CLOSED
Thursday 13 April: Open as usual 10 – 1pm
Friday 14 April: CLOSED
Saturday 15 April: CLOSED (as usual)
Sunday 16 April: CLOSED
Monday 17 April: CLOSED
Tuesday 18 April: CLOSED
Wednesday 19th: Open as usual 10 -1pm
Also note: ANZAC DAY April 25th Closed.
The Holocaust Centre of New Zealand is located at the Wellington Jewish Community Centre,
80 Webb Street, Te Aro, Wellington 6011.
Open Sunday - Friday 10am - 1pm, and outside these hours by special arrangement.