The National Holocaust Centre and Museum
The National Holocaust Centre and Museum was established in 1995 by the Smith family, who felt compelled to act because of their Christian faith. The Museum has two permanent exhibitions, a beautiful memorial garden and regular Survivor speakers to educate about the Holocaust. It has the only British museum exhibition dedicated to teaching younger children about the Holocaust.
The National Holocaust Centre and Museum aims to provide a permanent memorial to the victims of the Holocaust and offer an understanding of the causes and events of the Holocaust through a range of age-appropriate exhibitions and Survivor testimonies. It presents a range of Holocaust education programs that encourage personal responsibility, promote fairness and justice and challenge learners to take positive action.