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Jewish Holocaust Centre

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Jewish Holocaust Centre

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13-15 Selwyn St, Elsternwick, Glen Eira, Victoria 3185 Australia
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Lean back in your wooden punt, equipped with cushioned seats, parasols, umbrellas and blankets so you can be comfortable whatever the weather. Enjoy being punted around the lake on a guided tour at the Royal Botanic Gardens. <br><br>The gardens were established in 1846 and stretch over 94 acres. Over 50,000 plants are on display representing 8,500 different species. Take some time to explore the beautiful surroundings and purchase lunch at one of the cafes. <br><br>Reboard the bus to travel to National Trust property, Rippon Lea. Built in 1868 the stunning mansion exhibits styles from a variety of eras. The extensive gardens include a man made lake, an early example of an underground drainage and irrigation system and an impressive iron-framed fernery. <br><br>Explore the gardens at your leisure before a guided tour of the impressive Victorian mansion. Please note this tour only operates September to May.
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Lillylang wrote a review Jan 2020
Adelaide, Australia6 contributions
The museum itself is beautifully laid out with access to lots of photographs taken by the soldiers during that time and also by the resistance people , and lots more .
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Carl D wrote a review Jan 2020
Tel Aviv11 contributions5 helpful votes
This moving memorial is a timely reminder that those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it. This museum is filled with heart-wrenching exhibits which drive home the tragedy of the attempted annihilation of an entire race of people. Hearing actual life experiences from living survivors of death camps is unforgettable. Meeting them was an honour.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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KerenGreen11 wrote a review Aug 2019
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An incredible collection witnessing the horrors of the war. In the heart of Elsternwick this is an historical MUST SEE. The guides and staff were extremely knowledgeable and related beautifully to students and adults alike.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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A2222222 wrote a review Jul 2019
Melbourne, Australia24 contributions2 helpful votes
We started with an educational session and were then introduced to a lady survivor who was in her nineties but she spoke out well , telling us about her life during that time . You will have to visit yourselves to understand the magnitude of all of that . The museum itself is beautifully laid out with access to lots of photographs taken by the soldiers during that time and also by the resistance people , and lots more .
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Julie H wrote a review Jul 2019
Brisbane, Australia52 contributions17 helpful votes
Had not heard of this Centre before, my daughter and I visited recently and it was so moving and emotional and very educational. Highly recommend visiting. We were priviledged to sit and speak with Joe, a 96 year old survivor of WW2. He told us his story, so moving, bought me to tears. The tour guide, unfortunately can't remember her name, is a beautiful person. A must visit.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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