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3GNY Guided Exhibit Tour - Museum of Jewish Heritage

  • Museum of Jewish Heritage 36 Battery Place New York, NY, 10280 United States (map)

Join a unique guided tour and social gathering at the Museum of Jewish Heritage

3GNY has arranged a guided tour of the Operation Finale exhibit.  While at the museum, explore its other exhibits, like the New Dimensions interactive testimony installation

We'll grab drinks afterwards at a nearby bar

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Please be on time as the tour will begin promptly at 6:35p

Operation Finale: The Capture & Trial of Adolf Eichmann

Operation Finale documents one of the great spy thrillers of the 20th century, examines the enormity of the crimes committed during the Nazi regime, and calls on us to consider the meaning of justice and accountability.

The Nazi responsible for the murder of millions of innocent people may well have lived out his days in Argentina as “Ricardo Klement” - until fate, a Holocaust survivor, and Israel’s foreign intelligence service intervened.

Explore recently declassified artifacts and immersive multimedia presentations that reveal the secret history behind the capture, extradition, and trial of one of the world’s most notorious war criminals.

New Dimensions in Testimony Installation

New Dimensions in Testimony℠ is an interactive testimony installation. The first of its kind in the New York area, New Dimensions in Testimony℠ allows visitors to have “virtual conversations” with Holocaust survivors Pinchas Gutter and Eva Schloss. Visitors ask questions and lifelike projections of Pinchas and Eva answer those questions in real time—offering personal reflections about life before, during, and after the Holocaust. Specialized recording and display technologies and next-generation natural language processing revolutionize the ways we can communicate and learn from each other across time and space.


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Earlier Event: October 29
3GNY Fall Foliage Walk