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I visit Holocaust museums and monuments everywhere I go. The new thing for me was that there is a map of not only concentration camps, but also murder sites in Europe. This is where I learned that my small town was a cite of mass...More
My son and I went here with his class and it was so sad but educational. I believe it was a great experience. We got to listen to a holocaust survivors story. I was so intrigued. She had my full attention. Her name I believe...More
Surprisingly, the small Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre and Museum receives many thousands of students (grades 7-12+) each year. PreBooked tours often include a testimony given in person by a Holocaust survivor, arranged through the Lipa Green building offices at 4600 Bathurst Street (lower parking lot...More
This attraction will bring out the emotion out of you. There is also a lot to learn in this museum. You have empathy but at the same time you enjoy the learning you get from the experiences of those who faced the Holocaust. Definitely a...More
To get to this museum, you have to drive by guard and state your purpose of entry. The museum itself is tucked away inside a jewish cultural complex, and in one of the buildings you have to go past a second guard. Once inside, you'll...More
You need to visit this place at least once in your life.
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North York is one of Toronto's most culturally diverse neighborhoods. Home to a number of cultural events throughout the year that celebrate the city's varied ethnic communities, it's always worthwhile to see what's going on in the area. Its cross-section of inhabitants include students and long-time residents, giving North York an eclectic feeling of being both local and international. Extremely family-friendly,
its rivers, arboretums, and parks cater to outdoor activities, while its historical villages paint Toronto's history in exciting shades. Bumper cars, mini golf, and inexpensive shopping also help cater to the inclusive family feel.