Vilnius

Tolerance Center

  Naugarduko 10/2      (+370) 52 62 96 66     13 Feb 2019
Established inside a former Yiddish theatre, this fine museum features a permanent display of artefacts relating to many aspects of pre-war Litvak life and culture as well as a constantly changing series of temporary exhibitions. The preserved auditorium is now used for a wide range of events including symposiums, conferences, discussions and seminars. The Tolerance Center also plays host to a highly recommended selection of original paintings by the Vilnius-born Holocaust Survivor Samuel Bak (b.1933), which despite being called the Samuel Bak Museum is just another part of the exhibits on display inside a separate room.
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City centre location

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Open 10:00 - 18:00, Fri, Sun 10:00 - 16:00. Closed Sat.

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Admission €5/2.

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24.03.2009
Ruth Abramson

The exhibit on Jews in Lithuania at the Center of Tolerance was fascinating - well researched, interestingly written and comprehensive. In addition to the exhibit, the artwork, artifacts and displays at the Center were very much worth a visit.
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