About


 

In memory of the 6 million Jews and other innocent victims of the Holocaust: The Holocaust Memorial Museum of San Antonio teaches the dangers of hatred, prejudice, and apathy, and promotes good citizenship, democratic values, and respect for human dignity. 

 

Holocaust education has been an ongoing priority of the San Antonio Jewish community for more than forty years. First developed as a short program for local schools to supplement their curriculum, the museum now serves thousands of visitors and students annually.

 

The Museum is located on the upper level of the The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Jewish Campus at 12500 N.W. Military Highway

 

Check out our updated website!

 

The Holocaust Memorial Museum of San Antonio website has brand new look! Visit our website to view online exhibits, learn about upcoming opportunities, and take advantage of our many resources for students and educatiors. 

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Join our HMMSA email list to receive regular information on upcoming programs and opportunities with the Museum. 

 

Learn about opportunities to get involved with the Museum. Whether you want to volunteer "behind the scenes" or train to become a docent, we love when our community members are engaged. 

Museum Hours

 

Even though are doors are closed, the Museum is virtually OPEN to serve you!

 

The Holocaust Memorial Museum of San Antonio offers a wide array of multimedia resources for individuals and schools wanting to connect to the museum. Book your virtual tour today! 

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