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Holocaust Memorial & Tolerance Center of Nassau County

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Address: 100 Crescent Beach Rd, Glen Cove, NY 11542-1319
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   The Holocaust museum has multimedia exhibits, artifacts,...

   The Holocaust museum has multimedia exhibits, artifacts, archival footage, and testimony from local Survivors. The museum presents a detailed chronicle of the Holocaust appropriate for 5th grade students through adult. The final gallery provides a bridge from the past to today's issues of intolerance, bullying and genocide. In addition to our permanent displays, there is a gallery dedicated to temporary exhibits. See our website for upcoming exhibits.We are also home to the Louis Posner Memorial Library which has over 7,000 volumes relating to the Holocaust,Tolerance and Anti-Bullying.The library is a lending library containing memoirs, diaries, journals, maps, artwork, DVDs, CDs and artifacts.

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Well in that state/Holocaust Museum/Glencove

Well when has terrific trails rounding through the woods between the old mansions of the North Shore Gold Coast, private beach to the estate is a beautiful walk through the woods... read more

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Well when has terrific trails rounding through the woods between the old mansions of the North Shore Gold Coast, private beach to the estate is a beautiful walk through the woods or down the magnificent staircases of the mansion. Bring a lunch , set on the seawall and enjoy the view across from the Bronx to Stanford Connecticut ! One... More 

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The museum is small but powerful. A holocaust survivor was there to sign a book she had written. The woman at the front desk was welcoming and informative. They have survivors giving lectures and have groups that can come and hear the survivors speaking. Would recommend bringing tissues.

Thank Christina A
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Reviewed 27 February 2017

It's been a revealing visit, there is always something more to learn about the holocaust, and the museum has a wonderful well organized exhibition with videos, books, photos that help to see another angle of this part of the world history

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Reviewed 19 September 2016 via mobile

When I first went,they had just started revamping the mansion.Staged the displays.They had awesome large artworks on the grounds.Local students from schools collected coins and bought flower seeds for the gardens. It is a must see,whether you are Jewish or not.Just to know and understand the horrible history they faced.

Thank Kat G
Long Island, NY
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Reviewed 25 August 2016

This is a wonderful little museum about the greatest human tragedy. It is especially relevant today as the hatred of the Jewish People has not gone away but simply morphed into the current form and is growing once again. First it was religious hatred of Jews and then it was racial hatred of Jews as depicted in the museum. Now... More 

Glen Cove, New York
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Reviewed 23 May 2016

The docent led tour brings you to view the Holocaust on a very personal level. The Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center attracts people of all ages and backgrounds to use history to learn very important life lessons.

Thank susucohen13
New Jersey
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Reviewed 10 August 2015

An informative small Holocaust museum with well informed and experienced staff. there was a library on site as well.

Thank Alan E
Oceanside, New York
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Reviewed 30 July 2015

I have been to Holocaust museums all over North America .In my opinion every person on this planet should go to this or a similiar museum to insure that everyone understands what happened in Europe in the 30's and 40's.

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Bayside, New York
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Reviewed 3 June 2015

Yes, the Holocaust was real and antisemitism is still with us. This museum, set in the beautiful setting of Glen Cove is a beautiful yet painful reminder of those facts...filled with photos, journals and first hand accounts of the barbarity of Nazi Germany and those who allowed these atrocities to take place and turned a blind eye to it.

Thank BlueRick
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Reviewed 26 February 2015

You know the story before you go into the museum...or do you....very emotional, very informative..i would recommend without a doubt ..there is no fee. But a recommended very reasonable donation..

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