The New Orleans Holocaust Memorial

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  • Address: Woldenberg Park, River St, New Orleans, LA 70114, United States
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  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 00:20 Mins
  • Tags: Memorial, Family And Kids, Sculpture

The New Orleans Holocaust Memorial - Review

Designed by Israeli artist YaacovAgam, the Holocaust Memorial is a modern sculpture made from 9 panelsthat stand parallel to each other and show various interpretations with every shift in the Observer’s position.

The Yellow star design that played an important role during the Nazi rules is part of the sculpture and one of the designs also showcases the chaos and oppression that came with the star.

Abstract art with a human touch, don’t miss out on seeing the monument when in New Orleans.

How To reach The New Orleans Holocaust Memorial by Public Transport

  • By Bus: N. Peters at Bienville
  • By Tram: Bienville Station
  • By renting a Car/ Bike.
  • By Taxi.

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TripHobo Highlights for The New Orleans Holocaust Memorial

  • The New Orleans Holocaust Memorial Address: Woldenberg Park, River St, New Orleans, LA 70114, United States
  • The New Orleans Holocaust Memorial Timing: 24-hrs
  • The New Orleans Holocaust Memorial Price: Free
  • Best time to visit The New Orleans Holocaust Memorial(preferred time): 08:00 am - 06:00 pm
  • Time required to visit The New Orleans Holocaust Memorial: 00:20 Mins
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Things to Know Before Visiting The New Orleans Holocaust Memorial

  • 0.65% of people who visit New Orleans include The New Orleans Holocaust Memorial in their plan

  • 20% of people start their The New Orleans Holocaust Memorial visit around 10 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see The New Orleans Holocaust Memorial

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

80% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The New Orleans Holocaust Memorial

People normally club together Voodoo Spiritual Temple and House Of Broel's Victorian Mansion And Doll House Museum while planning their visit to The New Orleans Holocaust Memorial.

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  • I am extremely happy I took ten minutes out of my day to appreciate and understand this memorial sculpture. Its an artistic visual prayer in memory of the millions of Jews and other victims who were tortured/murdered by the Nazis and their collaborators from 1933-1945. The sculpture is composed of nine panels, each with different designs. As you view the scupture from different angles, the designs on the panels meld to form distinct images. Ten images come into view as you walk around the panels. My only complaint is it’s not immediately obvious where to stand to see each of the images so I highly recommend taking a picture of the plaque that explains everything or expanding the image of it I’m including with this review.

  • It is a very interesting piece of artwork that can be viewed from multiple angles that provide many different view of all the artwork. It comes with great pieces of info per view angle.

  • It's a very beautiful monument right on the river walk. It is artistic in a way that many other memorials are not. For instance, this memorial is colorful where other Holocaust memorials tend to be drab. When viewed from different vantage points, the mural tells a different story through its symbolism. The only thing that it could use are more informational plaques describing the history of the Holocaust.

  • A nice tribute, good use some better upkeeping

  • The first stop on places the current POTUS will never visit.

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