The National Holocaust Centre has two permanent exhibitions. Please click on the relevant links below for further information.

The Journey Exhibition
This exhibition is designed for visitors aged 9 years and older. The Journey is the first exhibition to be built in the UK, solely for the teaching of the Holocaust to primary-aged children. The Journey tells the story of Leo, a fictional German-Jewish boy living in Berlin during Nazi rule. His story unfolds in a series of rooms, which not only detail Leo’s experience but also that of children who lived during the Holocaust and survived. Their stories are at the heart of the permanent exhibition.

The Holocaust Exhibition
This exhibition is designed for visitors aged 12 years and older. It aims to tell a story of people and how their lives are affected by history. The exhibition reminds visitors that knowing what happened in the Holocaust is the first necessary step to understanding it.