The JHC Museum is closed.
Staff are working remotely and can be contacted during office hours.*
*Except on Saturdays, some
Public Holidays, and Jewish Holy Days
Jewish Holocaust Centre
What’s on at the museum
Visit the JHC to discover the museum or browse publications in the comprehensive library of Holocaust-related resources.
Find out about the JHC’s extensive education programs, book a school visit, delve into a selection of educational resources or watch a short testimony by a Holocaust survivor.
Library & Resources
Go online to explore the JHC archives, find out about the library, learn of a scholarship opportunity, view past editions of Centre News magazine and discover books the JHC has published.
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Support the work of the JHC by making a donation, pledge your assistance to the JHC Foundation, find out how to leave a bequest, become a Friend of the JHC or become a volunteer.
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The Jewish Holocaust Centre was created by Melbourne Holocaust survivors as a memorial to the 6 million Jews who were murdered in WWII. It opened in 1984 with a mission to educate the public ‘to combat antisemitism, racism and prejudice in the community’.
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