“a beacon of memory and hope”
The New England Holocaust Memorial is an outdoor space, open and accessible to the public at all times. It is located in Carmen Park on Congress Street near Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market, on Boston’s historic Freedom Trail.The Memorial is accessible by public transportation, walking distance (about 5-10 minutes) from the Haymarket MBTA station on the Green and Orange lines; Government Center on the Blue and Green Lines; and State Street on the Blue and Orange Lines. Educational and interpretative assistance and materials are available for groups planning visits to the Memorial. Speakers and tour guides can be scheduled to meet with groups of 10 or more. Please allow two weeks’ advance notice for facilitated group visits.A study guide suitable for teachers and youth group leaders helps prepare young people for trips to the Memorial and is available upon request. Additional resources are available to assist groups wishing to use the Memorial as a forum to present their own programs.
Extremely moving and evocative of an event that should never be forgotten or allowed to happen again
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