Torontonians will soon have access to a world-class resource for countering antisemitism and hate in all its forms.
On Friday, June 9th, UJA’s Toronto Holocaust Museum will open to the public. It will be a destination for all to explore this important and difficult chapter of history. Through cutting-edge technology, like augmented reality, visitors will be inspired to reflect on the Holocaust and to make connections between the lessons of the past and the challenges of today.
The Museum also highlights the diversity of Jewish life before the war and pays tribute to Toronto-based survivors who contributed to Canadian society post-war. Located next to the Prosserman JCC in North York, Museum visitors will emerge with an appreciation of who Jews were—and who we are today—all in a thriving hub of modern Jewish life.
We encourage all community members to plan their visit this summer. The Museum is located in the Charlotte & Lewis Steinberg Family Cultural Pavilion within the Sheff Family Building on UJA's Sherman Campus (4588 Bathurst Street).
Tickets are available now! Explore the museum and plan your visit!