In Yad Va'Shem lays the museum for the holocaust history.
The museum tells stories of the holocaust from an individual aspect using over 2,500 exhibits, more than 100 video monitors among them authentic films and testimonies, 280 works of art and an abundance of photographs and documents.
In Yad Va'shem hold the greatest collection of art made by Jews during the holocaust while part of it is showcased in the museum of holocaust art works.
At the Yad Va'shem synagogue holy vessels and sacred torah arks from synagogues who were demolished during the holocaust. At the exhibition pavilion the "kan beiti "(lit. Here is my home) exhibit is showcased, which tells stories from holocaust survivors.
At the audiovisual pavilion, there are dozens of viewing posts and a collection of filmed testimonies. In addition, memory mount holds several memorialization sites such as: the community valley, Va'Izkor tent (remembrance tent), Yad La Yeled (hand for the child) and more.
Entrance to Yad Va'shem is free of charge.
For visitors who wish for a guided tour through the museum: guided tours are held daily on 11am in Hebrew and in English- the cost is 30 Nis per person. Renting a personal audio guide is also optional in: Hebrew, English ,French, Spanish, Russian and Arabic with the sot of 20 NIS per unit.
It is important to mention that entrance to the museum is from the ages 10 and up. With group visits of over 5 people, coordination through the reservation center is required.