Everybody Had a Name takes visitors on a journey from life before the Holocaust, to the rise of Nazism and the outbreak of WW2 through to liberation and its aftermath. Throughout the exhibition the visitor will encounter incredible personal stories from those who survived and migrated to Melbourne, told through unique artefacts and engaging multimedia. 

Included as part of our Everybody Had a Name exhibition, visitors can choose to follow, In the Footsteps, of a Holocaust survivor via a multimedia experience which allows you to hear the first-hand accounts of those who experienced the Holocaust as you move through the exhibition. 

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Visitor Information

Recommended age 15+

Allow up to 90 minutes

Self-guided exhibition. To book an expert guide, click here


Thank you to our supporters.
This exhibition was made possible with Assistance from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.  

Sponsored by the Foundation “Remembrance, Responsibility and Future.”  

Supported by the German Federal Ministry of Finance.

Due to the sensitive nature of this exhibition’s content, it may not be suitable for children under 12 years old. Children under 16 should be accompanied by an adult at all times.

  • German Federal Ministry of Finance
  • Remembrance, Responsibility and Future.
  • Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany
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