The Wiener Library's Travelling Exhibitions have been designed specially for organisations and institutions to educate and inform their own audiences regardless of space and budgets available. The exhibitions incorporate the Library's unique collection into an accessible display to encourage people of all backgrounds to think critically about the issues raised by the Holocaust and genocide.
The exhibitions are free to hire but we ask for a fully-refundable deposit of £250 per exhibition.
For more information about the travelling exhibitions, please download the Travelling Exhibitions Information below.
'Never Again? Thinking about the Holocaust'
This exhibition reflects on the significance of the Holocaust today from the perspective of multiple themes, including memorialisation and the search for justice.
'Rescues of the Holocaust: Remembering Raoul Wallenberg and Lives Saved'
This exhibition focuses on the lives of five remarkable individuals who risked their lives to save Jews from Nazi persecution.
'Child Refugees: Five Portraits of the Kindertransport'
This exhibition explores the diverse experiences of children who came to Britain as refugees as part of the Kindertransport rescue initiative.
'Pogrom - November 1938: Testimonies from 'Kristallnacht''
This exhibition looks at the November Pogrom, known alternatively as 'Kristallnacht', from the perspective of eyewitnesses and tells the story of how hundreds of testimonies were collected by Alfred Wiener and his colleagues at the JCIO in Amsterdam in the weeks and months following the attacks.
Kings Cross Station, London
Swiss Cottage Library, London
Hereford Sixth Form College
Havering Sixth Form College
Ringwood Parish Church, Hampshire
Warwick University Students Union
Camden Council, London
RAF Lakenheath, Suffolk
Portsmouth Central Library
D-Day Museum and Overlord Embroidery, Portsmouth
Jubilee Library, Brighton
City of Westminster Archives Centre, London
New Vic Theatre, Newcastle-under-Lyme
The Guildhall, Bath
Barking Learning Centre, Barking
Gartholwg Lifelong Learning Centre, Church Village, South Wales