Yad Vashem is Israel's official memorial to victims of the Holocaust, it is situated in Jerusalem, Israel. It was established in 1953 to honour and preserve the memory of the Jews who fought against the Nazi oppressors. The memorial consists of a 180 dunam complex that includes a memorial museum and a hall of remembrance. It is a solemn place in the city.
You can get to the memorial by taking the 1 tram to ‘Har Herzl’ which is a short walk away. The x28 bus stops at the memorial.
Opening Times and Admission
The memorial is open six days of the week. Sunday to Wednesday 8.30am-5pm; Thursday 8.30am-8pm and Friday 8.30am-2pm. Admission is free.