For the first time since its inception, the CTHGC ran guided tours for adults during the school holidays. With no more than 15 people per group, participants were able to engage in a personal and intimate guided tour through our award winning exhibition.
People from all walks of life participated in the tours; many from outside of the Jewish community, with a genuine interest in developing and enhancing their knowledge of this history. Some of those within the Jewish community who had never been part of a guided tour through our exhibition, commented on how inspired and moved they were to hear individual stories of victims, of survivors and of rescuers.
Because our guided tours have been so successful, the staff at the CTHGC has unanimously decided to make this a feature of our calendar and we look forward to meeting many more people through this forum.
Here is some feedback from the participants:
“A very well and knowledgeably presented tour – a must see and do!”
“The world then and the world now still have voices who say no to hate.”
“I am glad that there is education about such topics and one can reflect and be able to hope.”
“Thank you so much for today. It was BRILLIANT!”