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We will not be open on Sundays in August 2024.

Exhibition closed

We're open Monday – Thursday 10am – 4pm & Sundays 11am – 3.30pm

Our sessions are designed to deepen students’ knowledge and understanding of the causes, consequences, and legacies of the Holocaust. At Holocaust Centre North, this means addressing common misconceptions, fostering critical thinking skills, and highlighting why it is important to study the Holocaust in the present. By engaging with our collections, students will learn about the history of the Holocaust through the stories of survivors and refugees who made new lives in the North of England.

Don’t forget to ask us about our travel subsidy scheme. We might be able to refund your travel expenses!

‘The quality of what is on offer here is excellent – the exhibition space is very engaging and the discussion of roles and responsibilities has real modern relevance.’

Year 12 teacher


To book a session or to find out more, email us at or call us on 01484 471939. A member of our learning team will be happy to discuss your individual requirements or how to bring larger groups.

We offer individual sessions that explore specific themes relating to the Holocaust. Alternatively, you can also book several sessions as part of our popular Holocaust Study Day, giving students a deeper understanding of this complex history. For example, we can combine a core session with our popular ‘Hands on History’ session. All teachers that book a Holocaust Study Day receive a unique learning resource to continue the learning back in the classroom.