HHREC 2022 Community Guided Tour of Holocaust Museums in Germany and Poland

The Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center (HHREC) of White Plains, has announced a guided tour of Holocaust Museums in Germany and Poland from June 18-29, 2022. The HHREC Community Guided Tour and Trip is being offered to those interested in visiting these museums and to hear from experts in the field. 



“This trip was created to expand the comprehension of this monumental event in human history.” said Steven Goldberg, Co-Director of Education at HHREC in White Plains. “We are very excited to offer this guided tour, to help participants gain first-hand knowledge to help understand the meaning of the Holocaust and pass on lessons learned for the future.”

The 2022 guided tour of Holocaust Museums in Germany and Poland is now open for applications, and trip highlights include: Sightseeing Coach Tour of Berlin, including the Berlin Wall Memorial, Brandenburg Gate, Bebelplatz; Holocaust Memorials in Berlin.



Tours at the Berlin Jewish Museum, House of the Wannsee Conference, and Polin (Museum of the History of Polish Jews) in Warsaw; Tours at Sachsenhausen and Auschwitz-Birkenau camps.



Tour of Warsaw Ghetto and other Holocaust sites; Tour of Kasimierz (historic Jewish section of Krakow); Panel discussion on Jewish life and antisemitism in Germany today and visit to the Neue Synagogue in Berlin. 



Interactive workshop on the effects of the Nuremberg Laws of the 1930’s.

Services provided as part of this trip and tour include Intercontinental roundtrip flights from New York (Newark) to Berlin, Germany and National and Intra-European transportation by public transportation, local, coach, taxi, local and long-distance trains. Accommodations include breakfasts in 4-star hotels (10 nights) in Berlin, Warsaw, and Krakow, along with group lunches and dinners, and tickets for the Chamäleon Theater in Berlin and lectures, discussions and local guided tours in English or with English  translation. 



To register or for more information, visit 


or contact Steve Goldberg sgoldberg@hhrecny.org 

 or call 914.696.0738.



The Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center is a not-for-profit organization based in White Plains that serves Westchester, Fairfield and neighboring counties. Their Mission is to enhance the teaching and learning of the lessons of the Holocaust and the right of all people to be treated with dignity and respect. They encourage students to speak up and act against all forms of bigotry and prejudice. Their work with students and teachers helps schools fulfill the New York State mandate that the Holocaust and other human rights abuses be included in their curriculum. 



For more information call 914.696.0738 email info@hhrecny.org