The New England Holocaust MemorialCurrently Open
- Address: 126 High St, Boston, MA 02110, United States
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +1-6174578755
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Historical Site, Memorial, Family And Kids, Architecture
The New England Holocaust Memorial - Review
The New England Holocaust Memorial is a historical attraction featuring six glass towers that depict the horrifying holocaust, the impact of beliefs and the tragic result of the second world war. The interesting site is a blend of modern architecture, personal stories and a history. The glass towers are neatly lined on a black granite slab bordered with a band of lush green grass. The holocaust memorial is quite an interesting place to visit. Streamline your vacation around The New England Holocaust Memorial using Boston trip planner. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Boston itinerary 5 days.
How To reach The New England Holocaust Memorial by Public Transport
- Congress St Opp. Hanover St Bus Station: Bus Number 4
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45.92% of people who visit Boston include The New England Holocaust Memorial in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
27.04% of people start their The New England Holocaust Memorial visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see The New England Holocaust Memorial
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The New England Holocaust Memorial, Boston Reviews
Its a must see. Its free and never crowded. Its unique and meaningful in its design. I couldn't make it from one side to the other without emotion puring from me. You have to see it to understand
Not my first visit and even though I don't have a direct link to this horrific tragedy, visiting this memorial always has a profound effect on me.
Such an emotional memorial. I would highly recommend visiting this. Inscribed on these six glass towers are the millions of Holocaust victims, along with steam rising through all of them. It's a very surreal experience.
Between Congress and Union Streets, near the Faneuil Hall, you can find the New England Holocaust Memorial. Created by Stanley Saitowitz (1995), this is a touching reminder of the atrocities committed against the Jewish people and other minority groups during the WWII. Here you will see six class towers which you can walk through on ground level. There is steam rising from the below, which creates a hallowing and somewhat eery effect as you make your way through the towers, reading the many engravings on the walls of each tower as well as on the ground. During our visit, the autumn fall foliage had began at this memorial and there were considerable yellow leaves on the trees and surrounding ground around the New England Holocaust Memorial, making it quite beautiful to see at this time of year. Conveniently located alongside the Freedom Trail, this is a very nice memorial that is worth seeing and while sightseeing in this area of Boston.
This is an absolute MUST SEE, historic and artistic memorials to honor those lost in WW2, its free and very easy to get to.