Capital Renovations

The Museum continues to complete renovations, and upgrades to our building on East Cary Street. These renovations are pivotal to the Museum’s stewardship of its extensive collection and exhibits. The renovations include:

  • The redesigning the Museum's foyer, welcome desk, and lobby
  • The installation of an updated entrance walkway
  • Upgrades to security
  • Energy conservation efforts
  • Addition of educational spaces
  • Expansion of the Collections and Archives

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Exhibit Renovation Campaign

The Virginia Holocaust Museum is currently undergoing a multi-year renovation of our core exhibits. This process will update, modernize and expand the main exhibits, while focusing on threading the voices of Virginia’s Survivors into the narrative. These renovations will support our mission to educate and inspire future generations of Virginians to fight prejudice and indifference.

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Penny Campaign

Since 1999, over 4.3 million pennies have been donated by schools, classes, and clubs from across Virginia. The Penny Campaign was begun by Rachel Rosenbaum as a pedagogical strategy to help quantify the more than 6 million Jewish victims of the Holocaust. Learn more about how your school or organization can participate, email Matt Simpson, Director of Guest Services for more information