The Sydney Jewish Museum, located in Darlinghurst, Sydney, is dedicated to teaching & documenting the history of the Holocaust. The museum aims to challenge visitors’ perceptions of democracy, morality, social justice and human rights and places the Holocaust in its historical and contemporary context.

They host a number of varying events & talks like piano recitals, history lessons & speeches.

The Museum was opened in 1992, and is housed in the historic Maccabean Hall, which was built to commemorate NSW Jewish men and women who served in WW1 and to honour the memory of those who lost their lives. It was formally opened on Armistice Day in 1923 by Sir John Monash.

The museum is open 10am to 4pm from Sunday till Thursday, and 10am till 2pm on Fridays.