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The World Holocaust Remembrance Center is a 45-acre campus comprised of indoor museums, outdoor monuments, gardens and sculptures. Entrance to Yad Vashem is free. Entrance to the Holocaust History Museum is for ages 10 and up.
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Yad Vashem is a must see when coming to Jerusalem. To understand Israel, and the world at large, learning of this recent history while survivors are still amongst us is essential for anyone who wants to know reality and truth. The documentation is incredible.
This place is a must on every level, Spiritually, educationally, personal and historical.
The importance of YadVasem is of paramount and the tour is an absolute must for every visitor to Israel.
The fact that the wonderful Jewish people of Europe were singled out for...More
This is a not to be missed visit if you want to begin to understand ISRAEL, the Jewish People, Europe, modern history or the world we live in. To the uninitiated it is a rude and painful awakening. To the idiotic deniers and naysayers it...More
As a human being it is everybody's responsibility to acknowledge the crime against humanity that the holocaust was. Yad Vashem is the top site in the world that commemorates the victims of the holocaust in a manner that both honors their memory & reminds us...More
Easy to access from the Mount Herzl light rail station by walk. There is a large complex with many sections to see. See everything that you can. There is so much inside and outside. It can be helpful to alternate seeing inside exhibits with outside....More
We really loved the architecture of the building, was stunning and up on a hill there were great views of the city. Exhibits were moving and such a key part of the history of Israel. Free. Easy access via tram.
Massively powerful experience.
The museum really seems to be a complete education as to what happened before/during/after the holocaust. From old news footage and photos you’ve seen, to a one-of-a-kind photo album kept by an SS soldier.
Powerful, gut-wrenching video testimonies from survivors are all...More
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We took the train. Stop at the final stop which is Mount Herlz. You can walk 10 mins to the entrance of the museum or catch the shuttle bus. Honestly it is an easy walk lined with trees so even in the summer it was a... More
We took the train. Stop at the final stop which is Mount Herlz. You can walk 10 mins to the entrance of the museum or catch the shuttle bus. Honestly it is an easy walk lined with trees so even in the summer it was a pleasant walk. Hope this helps. Do the tour when you're there. It's totally worth it.