Rockland’s Holocaust museum offers traveling exhibits

Rockland’s Holocaust museum offers traveling exhibits

The Holocaust Museum & Center for Tolerance and Education at Rockland Community College in Suffern, New York, offers exhibits that communities can rent that bring history to life. Fascinating displays and engaging educational materials allow groups to learn from the past, improving the likelihood that we move together toward a more just, safe world for all people.

All exhibits have been specifically designed for easy installation in schools, museums, libraries, community centers, and other traditional and nontraditional environments.

Available exhibits for rental include Resilience During the Holocaust: Children, Families & Communities; Keepers of the Past; Artifacts of the Holocaust; Sacred Scrolls of the Holocaust; and Sacred Texts Saved from the Inferno.

The museum is hosted by Rockland Community College and receives funding from the Town of Ramapo, County of Rockland, and Jewish Federation & Foundation of Rockland County. For more information, call (845) 574-4099 or email

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