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11 Jan

International Holocaust Remembrance Day – 2024

The Holocaust Memorial Center in Budapest cordially invites you to the commemoration of the International Holocaust Remembrance Day beginning at 11:30 am on Friday, January 26, 2024. In 2005, the United Nations General Assembly designated 27 January as International Holocaust Remembrance Day. On this day in 1945, Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest and most notorious Nazi death

30 Nov

December opening hours

The opening hours of the Holocaust Memorial Centre will be changed as follows: Last day open: Friday 22 December 2023 First day of reopening: Tuesday 2 January 2024 We wish all our dear followers a happy festive season!

29 Nov

Desired Worlds, Jewish Middle-Class Worlds in Győr between 1867 and 1944

The Holocaust Memorial Center in Budapest cordially invites you to the opening ceremony of the temporary exhibition Desired Worlds, Jewish Middle-Class Worlds in Győr between 1867 and 1944 Industrial modernization played an important role in the development of Győr’s urban self-image in the last third of the 19th century. It influenced greatly the self-identity of

16 Aug

On 20 August 2023, the Holocaust Memorial Centre will be open to the public free of charge

Dear Visitors, On 20 August 2023, the Holocaust Memorial Centre will be open to the public free of charge. Our permanent exhibition, the Páva Street Synagogue, and our temporary exhibitions Spectacular City – The artistic speculum of Jewish Central Europe and SOUL RESCUERS Ottó Komoly and the Hungarian Zionist movement’s activities to rescue people during

21 Jul

The Holocaust Memorial Centre and the Roma Holocaust Memorial Committee (members: Roma Production Office Foundation, Amenca, Bridge of Hope Association, Epistémé – Research Community Building and Cultural Association, Association for the Roma of the Drava, Czinka Panna Roma Cultural Association, Khetanipe Association for Roma Unity, “Vazdune Cherhaja” Association of Roma Women of Rising Stars) and

02 May

Our ticket prices will be changed

We would like to inform our dear visitors that the ticket prices of the Holocaust Memorial Centre will be changed after 9 May 2023: Adult individual tickets – permanent exhibition: 3600 HUF Discount individual ticket – permanent exhibition: 1600 HUF Adult individual ticket – temporary exhibition 1500 HUF Discount individual ticket – temporary exhibition: 1000

25 Apr

Holocaust by Bullets – seminar

Following our sixth very successful Level I seminar in 2022, The Budapest Holocaust Memorial Centre together with the Yahad-In Unum research organization from France is organizing its 7th ‘Holocaust by Bullets’ seminar for LEVEL I teachers between 14-16 September 2023 in Budapest. This year we are planning a 2-day seminar for teachers coming from the

13 Mar

On 15 March 2023, the Holocaust Memorial Centre will be open to the public free of charge

On 15 March 2023, the Holocaust Memorial Centre will be open to the public free of charge Our permanent exhibition, the Páva Street Synagogue, and our temporary exhibition Spectacular City – The artistic speculum of Jewish Central Europe is open from 10 am to 6 pm. (Ticket office closes at 5 pm)

06 Mar
Páva utca

Change of opening hours

We are pleased to inform our dear visitors that the Holocaust Memorial Center is open again with full opening hours. Our permanent exhibition the From deprivation of rights to genocide and our temporary exhibition Spectacular City -The artistic speculum of Jewish Central Europe will be open again during the usual working hours, from Tuesday –

19 Jan

Spectacular City – The artistic speculum of Jewish Central Europe

The Holocaust Memorial Center in Budapest cordially invites you to the opening ceremony of the temporary exhibition: Spectacular City – The artistic speculum of Jewish Central Europe.   Location: Budapest, Páva utca 39. – gallery of the synagogue Date: 29 January 2023 at 17 p.m. If you wish to participate, please fill in the Google