General Admission | Student Groups & Field Trips | Adult Groups | Directions & Parking 

The Museum is currently closed for renovations. The Museum will reopen on Sunday, January 6, 2019.  Please make your reservations to visit for January 6 and beyond!

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Location

The Henry and Sandra Friedman
Holocaust Center for Humanity
2045 2nd Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121

Located on the corner of 2nd Avenue and Lenora, downtown Seattle.

Hours

The Museum is currently closed for renovations and will re-open on January 6, 2019.

Wednesdays - 10:00am-4:00pm (last admission at 3:30pm) 
Sundays - 10:00am - 4:00pm (last admission at 3:30pm)

Other days and times are reserved for field trips and group tours by special reservation. 

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Re-Opening on January 6, 2019!

With My Own Eyes: The Holocaust Through Stories of Local Survivors

Through stories and artifacts of local Washington State Holocaust survivors and witnesses to the Holocaust, the museum’s exhibit engages visitors in the history of the Holocaust and challenges them to consider how each person’s actions make a difference.

Please visit us on January 6, 2019 and beyond to see the exciting and engaging new features including interactive video testimony and a special exhibit on Anne Frank. 

Security

All bags are subject to search, and weapons of any type are strictly not allowed in the museum, including guns, knives (even pocket knives), and pepper spray.

General Admission

The Museum is currently closed for renovations and will re-open on January 6, 2019. Please make reservations for January 6th and beyond!

Adult - $10 Suggested Admission
Student - $5 Suggested Admission
Senior - $5 Suggested Admission

TICKETS

Reserve tickets online or call 206-582-3000.

 

Student Groups & Field Trips

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The Museum is currently closed for renovations and will re-open on January 6, 2019. Please make your reservations for January 6 and beyond.

"With My Own Eyes" -   Grades 6 and up. Through artifacts and stories from local Holocaust survivors, students will begin to understand the history of the Holocaust and that their choices make a difference. Class visits will include a docent-led tour, a short film, and option of adding an interactive activity.
Suitable for grades 5 and up. 

Tours available in Spanish by special request. 

The Holocaust Center is undergoing exciting changes and will be CLOSED TO VISITORS, including FIELD TRIPS, through January 5, 2019.  Please schedule a visit for January 6, 2019 and beyond. 

Field Trip POLICIES:

  1. The Holocaust Center can accommodate field trips of 1 class (40 max): up to 35 students with up to 5 chaperones
  2. Please allow 90 minutes for a visit. 
  3. We do not have the facilities for students to eat lunch at the Holocaust Center.
  4. Students will not be able to bring backpacks/large bags inside – please leave at school or on the bus.
  5. Weapons of any kind, including pocket knives and pepper spray, are absolutely prohibited from entering the Center.
  6. We are open to school groups each day of the week except Wednesdays. 
  7. Please request dates that are at least 3 weeks in advance.
  8. Field trip fee: $175   *A $100 security fee has been added. 
  9. To schedule a visit, please submit our Field Trip Request Form. 
  10. Limited scholarships available to assist with field trip fee and travel expenses. To be considered for a scholarship, please complete Scholarship Request Form.

Questions? Email or call Julia Thompson, Education Resource Coordinator, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and 206-582-3000. 

Adult Groups

The Museum is currently closed for renovations and will re-open on January 6, 2019. 

Group Visits - Monday-Friday.  Submit our Group Visit Request Form.  Tours available in Spanish by special request. Please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Richard Greene or call 206-582-3000 with questions. 

 

Directions & Parking

The Museum is currently closed for renovations and will re-open on January 6, 2019.

I-5 North
Take the Seneca Street Exit, Exit 165, on the left
Turn slight left onto Seneca Street
Turn Right onto 4th Avenue
Turn Left onto Lenora Street (Lenora is right after Virginia. If you reach Blanchard, you just passed it.)
Turn Left onto 2nd Ave (the Holocaust Center is on the corner on the right)

I-5 South
Merge onto Union Street via Exit 165B
Turn Right onto 4th Avenue
Turn Left onto Lenora Street (Lenora is right after Virginia. If you reach Blanchard, you just passed it.)
Turn Left onto 2nd Ave (the Holocaust Center is on the corner on the right)

Parking
There is a paid public parking garage at Tower 12 Apartments, on our block (entrance via the alley between 1st and 2nd Ave from either Lenora or Virginia). There are also several pay parking lots within a block and street parking.