Illinois Holocaust Museum
Recognized as the third largest Holocaust Museum in the world, and designed by renowned Chicago architect Stanley Tigerman, this world-class museum offers memorable experiences that are not to be missed. Dedicated to teaching the universal lessons of the Holocaust, the Museum inspires all ages to take a stand against hatred, prejudice and indifference, today, and for generations to come. Travel through history as you explore life before, during and after the Holocaust. Step into an authentic German rail car, visit impressive galleries and contemplative spaces, both indoors and out. Featuring the groundbreaking, multi-million dollar Take a Stand Center, an immersive permanent exhibition with a forward-looking emphasis on multiple areas of social justice and the World Premiere of the interactive, holographic Survivor Stories Experience. ! The Museum is open to the public with the following hours: Wednesdays - Sundays from 10 am – 5 pm, with last entry at 4:00 pm. The safety of our visitors, volunteers, and staff is our highest priority. Please buy your tickets online beforehand.