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Resources in the Museum


The Museum’s Resource Center is located on our second floor. It is open Sunday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., except for federal holidays and Yom Kippur.

Due to the ongoing pandemic, we will continue to monitor conditions and may make adjustments to our hours. The Resource Center may be closed on certain days on short notice. Public computers will still be available for limited research.

What You Can Access Onsite

Some of the Museum’s resources are not available online, however, they are accessible in the Museum’s Resource Center.

At the Museum, you can access:

Help From Museum Staff

Resource Center staff is available to provide guidance and answer your questions. We provide free research services to those seeking information about the fates of specific individuals. We can assist you in identifying relevant sources in the Museum for researching locations and direct you to specific museum collections or to other institutions that might provide additional information.

Contact Us

Holocaust Survivors and Victims Resource Center
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
100 Raoul Wallenberg Place, SW
Washington, DC 20024–2126
Tel.: 202.488.6130
Fax: 202.314.7820