Entry includes access to all of our permanent exhibitions on the Holocaust, human rights, Jewish history and Jewish life in Australia.
It also includes access to feature exhibition, Reverberations, which uses interactive technologies to preserve survivor testimony for the future.
Thank you to Lisa and Danny Goldberg for making this possible with their generous gift.Book Your Ticket Now
Take a journey through time with memories from a century of our building, the Maccabean Hall, at this incredible new exhibit celebrating the vibrancy of Jewish history in Sydney.
An interactive exhibition that shines a light on the humanity and life experiences of Holocaust survivors. Experience the incredible technologies we’re using to preserve survivor testimony for future generations.
Our daily behind-the-scenes sessions with our interactive biographies offer a closer look at the technology we're using to bring the stories of Holocaust survivors to life.
Our members' support ensures we continue to educate and inspire students, teachers and general visitors on the history of the Holocaust and the important messages of Holocaust survivors.
Many years before it held our Museum, our Darlinghurst building was home to the Maccabean Hall: a Jewish community centre, crucial to rehabilitating and integrating Holocaust survivor refugees in the late 1940s and early 1950s. Holocaust survivor, Jack Meister explores what the building means to him.
The festival of Rosh Hashana is both a joyous celebration and the start of a period of ten days during which observant Jewish people engage in profound introspection and prayer. Museum volunteer Racheline Barda recalls what the Jewish new year traditions were in her household in Egypt growing up.
Want to know what it’s like being part of our Youth Committee, a vibrant community of young people who are eager to make a difference? In this blog, our members explore why they joined the Youth Committee, and some of their highlights from their past year.