Support

The Holocaust Public Foundation is a nonprofit public benefit organization. The state funding merely covers the operational costs and the costs of basic tasks. We need your support in order to realize the goals of the Foundation.

Where will your support go?

Scientific research

  • The research of the history of the Hungarian Holocaust  
  • Recording the names of Hungarian Holocaust victims and the compeltion of the list
  • The research of individuals and organizations who rescued Jews during WWII and proposing their awarding
  • The creation of the region’s largest Holocaust-related book, audio and film collection with a publicly accessible, electronic catalogue system
  • The systematization of Holocaust-related documents and objects, and their digitalization according to the newest international regulations
  • Publications
  • Cooperations with Hungarian and foreign organizations and institutions
  • The organization of international conferences

Education

  • The development of the educational activities, and the creation of new educational packages for highschool students
  • Tolerance educational programs
  • The development of museum pedagogical methods and the organization of student groups’ visits

Cultural activities

  • The organization of temporary exhibitions
  • The collection and presentation of Holocaust-era literary, musical and art pieces
  • The organization of cultural events

Further information:

Dr. János Botos deputy director
Tel: +36 1 455-3320

Contact

Holocaust Memorial Center
39 Páva St
Budapest

(+36 1) 455-3333
info@hdke.hu

Opening Hours

Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00 - 18:00
Ticket Office opentill p.m. 5:00

Virtual Exhibitions

Visit the Holocaust Memorial Center, where a special and unique architectural style and atmosphere will see you.

Időszaki kiállítás

The Holocaust: Annihilation, Liberation, Rescue

In 2020, the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, the emblematic extermination camp of the Nazi Germany, a unique symbol of cruelty and inhumanity is observed. At this occasion, the Holocaust Memorial Center in Budapest stages a chamber exhibition jointly with the Russian Holocaust Research and Education Center and the Russian Jewish Congress. The...

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Exhibition begins

27 January, 2020

Exhibition ends

16 April, 2020

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Did You Know?

How many people were murdered during the Holocaust?

How many persons died in the Holocaust and what is the number of the Hungarian victims?

The estimations of the number of victims of the Jewish Holocaust in Europe vary between five to six millions. Some ten percent of them were from Hungary, some 5 to 6 hundred thousand.


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