To mark the 90th anniversary of the founding of the Library’s predecessor organisation in Amsterdam, the Library is staging two exciting new exhibitions.
Our organisation was founded in 1934 in Amsterdam, making us the oldest continuously operating archive of the Holocaust and the Nazi era in the world. Find out more about how we’re marking this milestone.
Current opening hours and important visitor information
The Library is open Monday – Friday, 10am – 5pm, with late openings until 7pm on Tuesdays.
The Library is closed on Bank Holidays.
The Library will open late, at 11am, on the 11 October
The Exhibition will close early, at 4pm, on the 17 October
The Exhibition will be closed on Monday 23 October
The Exhibition will be closed on Wednesday 15 November
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Virtual and In-Person Events
The Wiener Holocaust Library is delighted to host an evening lecture by the winner of our 2022 Ernst Fraenkel Prize.
Join The Hans Albrecht Foundation (HAF) and The Wiener Holocaust Library for the HAF Human Rights Award and annual lecture.
Part of The Wiener Holocaust at Ninety exhibition event series. Join us for an evening event to mark the publication of In Search of Berlin: The Story of a Reinvented City.
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