Jewish Holocaust Centre, Elsternwick

(4.2/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • An educational museum set up by holocaust survivors and their relatives. It was a reminder of the human tragedy experienced and was supported with amazing photographic and document evidence as well as...  more »
  • My daughter asked if I could take her to the Jewish holocaust centre as she was doing a project for school. I had to re confirm the address because I never knew such a centre was in Elsternwick. After...  more »
  • From watching movies about the Holocaust and the upcoming anniversary, I thought I would deeper educate myself. This centre is educational, the guides are very knowledgable and the tour will take appr...  more »
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  • When they can provide more historical facts instead of fairy tales, I may then recommend visiting this place. The "Holocaust" storyline is one of the most easily debunked narratives ever contrived. That is why those who question it are arrested and persecuted. That is why violent, racist and privileged Jewish Supremacists demand censorship. What sort of truth is it that crushes the freedom to seek the truth? TRUTH NEEDS NO PROTECTION FROM SCRUTINY "Of the four million Jews under Nazi control in WW2, six million died and alas only five million survived."
  • I recommend everyone visit this place when they're in Melbourne. Getting the opportunity to talk to a holocaust survivor was a once in a lifetime experience. The museum itself is very well put together and you could spend a good two hours here. Very pleased I visited and I will be back the next time I am in Melbourne.
  • I was take on a group tour with a group of Catholic youth. We were lead on the group by a Chap who described himself as a comfort Jew. Anyway he knew we were Catholic and sadly stated with no prompted that "We are not like those Butchers who don't allow abortion if the pregnant a woman's life is at stake." sadly he needed to be informed that Catholic teaching in this area is exactly the same as good Jewish folks, an that all measure to protect a woman life in pregnancy are permissible. He was sadly he was caught off guard by his own ignorant and poor mannered attempt to insult us. I hope they removed him as it painted a poor picture of embracing other religions.
  • At the end of the exhibit we were extorted for "Charitable donations" - feeling obligingly guilty we all reached into our shallow pockets for what little we had. Before we could exit the building the woman behind the counter remarked to her associate "How much monies?".
  • very well done and the personal storys were very moving