The Adelaide Holocaust Museum is currently in development!
A new Adelaide museum is opening its doors to the public in 2020.
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To read about the AHMSEC’s history, including its founding and Capital Campaign, click here.
The Museum is located on the ground level of Fennescey House. There is a total of 210 square metres of exhibition space with Gallery 1 featuring a permanent exhibition with a variety of curatorial elements that traces the history of the Holocaust. It offers visitors the freedom to access the exhibition from multiple entry points. Gallery 2, features six South Australian Holocaust survivor’s stories. Gallery 3 will primarily serve as the Education Centre to conduct the AHMSEC Holocaust Education Program for secondary students. Galleries 2 and 3 will also be utilised for travelling exhibitions and public access programs. A smaller fourth gallery will feature a collection of works known as the Holocaust Series by the late Franz Kempf AM.