The Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center is scheduled to reopen on July 17, 2020. Learn more.

While the Holocaust & Humanity Center is closed due to COVID-19 health and safety precautions, you can take a free virtual tour of the museum. Learn about the stories of local Holocaust survivors and witnesses as you virtually visit the site where Holocaust survivors arrived in Cincinnati to rebuild their lives. Click Here to take the virtual tour, and we look forward to welcoming you in person when the museum reopens!

Located at Cincinnati’s historic Union Terminal, the site where numerous Holocaust survivors arrived in Cincinnati to rebuild their lives, the museum examines this watershed moment through its local connection. Using innovative storytelling, interactive experiences, and genuine artifacts, visitors witness the strength and courage of the human spirit set against the backdrop of one of the darkest chapters in human history. The museum incorporates media, artifacts, art, and interactive exhibitions to share this history and its lessons. It also includes the Humanity Gallery where visitors explore moments, meeting individuals who activated their character strengths to become upstanders and bring change to our community and world.

“An inspiration.”  — The Cleveland Plain Dealer

“Having the center at Union Terminal provides a genuine example of history related to the Holocaust that is hard to find in America.” — Forbes

“The museum encapsulates the history of the Holocaust, doing so with bravery, sensitivity, and respect.” 
— Cincinnati Refined

“A Must-See Museum.” — TripAdvisor

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