Museum Highlights

The Children's Memorial

Unique exhibit honoring the memory of the 1.5 million children who perished in the Holocaust.


Nuremberg Court Room

Scaled replica of the Palace of Justice courtroom where the Nuremberg Trials were held.


The Weinstein Gallery

Gallery housing our traveling exhibits which are refreshed several times per year.


The Jewish American Hall of Fame

Unique plaques honoring Jewish American men and women who have made important contributions to their fields.


Choral Synagogue Auditorium

A stunning replica of the Kovno synagogue which was built in 1871.


The Tower of Remembrance

Designed by Museum founder Al Rosenbaum, OBM, the hexagonal structure of barbed wire frames a yellow Star of David - honoring Virginia survivors' relatives who perished in the Holocaust.


The Alexander Lebenstein Survivor's Room

Contemplative space where photographs of Jewish men and women who survived the Holocaust and made their homes in Virginia line the walls.


Barbara and Fred Kort Holocaust Resource Center

Quiet space where one can review our archival collections.


Carole M. Weinstein

Our visitor's library.

The Patricia C. Sporn Museum Shop

Offering 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.


Children's Memorial

Jewish American Hall of Fame

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Choral Synagogue Auditorium


Patricia C. Sporn Museum Shop
(Temporarily closed during renovations.)