Parking: On-street parking along Webb Street is free, though time limits do apply and fines are enforced by parking wardens. Pay parking is available at Wilson Carpark on the corner of Karo Dr & Victoria St, which the Centre backs on to.
Mobility parking: Mobility parking can be arranged for the car park at the Centre's trade entrance off Webb St; we advise calling ahead to arrange access and to advise if you have special accessibility requirements.
Nearest Bus Stop: Brooklyn Road at Webb Street 6712
Wheelchair access: The Holocaust Centre is located on the ground floor of the Wellington Jewish Community Centre and the public footpath on Webb Street provides easy access to the main entrance.
Restroom facilities: Down the corridor from the Holocaust Centre are male and female public toilets. Disability restroom facilities are in the building’s lower ground area, and are easily accessible through the driveway of the main community centre. When visiting, please don't hesitate to ask our visitor guides for assistance.
If you have any further questions, please call 04 801 9480 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public Access: For entrance to the Centre, please press the silver buzzer at the front door.
Research library and Wi-Fi: All Library materials are available for research while visiting the Centre -as we do not currently lend out our catalogue collections. Personal electronic devices are welcome and the Centre provides a free Wi-Fi network to support your research needs.
Photography: Respectful photography is permitted of all Holocaust Centre of New Zealand displays and exhibits. We encourage you to share your visit on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and review us on TripAdvisor.
Shop: We sell a small range of books, DVDs, and cards on site. We do not have EFTPOS facilities.
Exhibition Guides: Volunteer guides will greet you upon entry and while you are free to view the exhibits and library material at your own pace, please let our guides know if you would like them to show you through the exhibits on display.
Many of our guides have their own connection to the Holocaust some are Holocaust survivors, or 2nd generation survivors, others are scholars and educators.
80 Webb Street, Te Aro Wellington, 6011 New Zealand 04 801 9480 email@example.com