Capital Campaign: VHM finalizing building projects

 247,240 visitors 79,180 students Over the last decade, the Virginia Holocaust Museum (VHM) has welcomed nearly a quarter of a million visitors, and provided free...

Violins of Hope Richmond told many stories

By Skip Kozakewicz, Reflector Editor Violins of Hope concluded its 12-week stop here on Oct. 24 - helping to tell the stories of defiance, resilience...

Violins of Hope Richmond concludes Oct. 24

The highly successful and acclaimed Violins of Hope  Richmond will conclude its 12-week stop here on Oct. 24. Sponsored by the Virginia Holocaust Museum, it...

Third Violins of Hope Featured Concert with the Richmond Symphony!

Two Violins of Hope featured concerts with the Richmond Symphony are now sold out, but a third featured concert now will be held, the...

Violins of Hope tells many stories of the Holocaust

By Skip Kozakewicz Reflector Editor Violins of Hope is now in the Mid-Atlantic Region for the first time – until Oct. 24. It features a collection...

Violins of Hope Exhibit brings Voices of Redemption to RV

Three museums to showcase violins played during the Holocaust Exhibit serves as catalyst for conversation about tolerance & social justice 12-week...

Visit the museum

Come join more than 10,000 visitors who have come to the Virginia Holocaust Museum since we re-opened with Commonwealth of Virginia COVID-19 guidelines on...

VHM kicks off Capital Campaign

The Virginia Holocaust Museum has launched a $2.5 million “Campaign for the Future” to salute its 25th Anniversary in 2022. “We want to recognize our...

Virginia Holocaust Museum Mission and Vision

  To preserve and document the Holocaust in exhibits and archival collection. Through the permanent exhibit, educational programming, and outreach the Museum employs the history...

Yom HaShoah observed at VHM

The Virginia Holocaust Museum paused to remember the memory of the six million Jews who perished in the Holocaust during its annual Day of...