Virginia Holocaust Museum Info
The Museum is free and open to the public.
Saturday & Sunday 11:00am–5:00pm
Location and Parking
2000 E. Cary Street Richmond, VA 23223 (Located in Richmond's historic Shockoe Bottom)
The Museum offers free off street parking directly across from the Museum on Cary Street.
The museum does provide parking for school/tour busses. Large passenger vehicles are asked to park in our lower (Dock St) lot, behind the Flood Wall. This lot is accessed from 21st Street, south of Cary.
The museum is closed on the following holidays: New Year's Day, Easter, First Day of Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year's Eve
If you have any questions about visiting the Museum please contact Guest Services at 804.257.5400 ext. 238.
Due to the graphic nature of the Museum, it is not recommended for children under Grade 6. The museum is handicapped accessible.
Mission of the Museum
The Virginia Holocaust Museum preserves and documents the Holocaust in exhibits and its archival collections. Through the permanent exhibit, educational programming, and outreach, the museum employs the history of the Holocaust and other genocides to educate and inspire future generations of Virginians to fight prejudice and indifference.
The Patricia R. Sporn Museum Shop
The Patricia R. Sporn Museum Shop offers a wide selection of books and DVDs about the Holocaust and other genocides in order to encourage visitors to expand their knowledge about these atrocities, their victims and their survivors. Visitors will also find an assortment of posters, postcards, small souvenirs and Judaica items. The Patricia R. Sporn Museum Shop is open during Museum hours.