Visit Seven lives at Torsgatan 19 in Stockholm

The museum's first exhibition is based on seven life stories.

Opening hours

Open today 11:00–17:00
Opening hours

What's on

Free admission 2024.
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Portrait of Rozsi and Lazlo Hirschl.
Photo: Yad Vashem

Lost Voices

They survived the Holocaust and came to Sweden in the summer of 1945, but died shortly after their arrival. Who were they, and what can be told about their lives?

Rozsi's parents Sidonia and Mikhai
Photo: Yad Vashem

Introduction to Lost Voices

Welcome to join a 30 minute introduction where we tell the stories of these lost voices on February 29 and March 1.

Identification document on top of a striped prison jacket.
Photo: Ola Myrin, Swedish Holocaust Museum/SHM.

Practical information before your visit

The first exhibition opened on 21 June 2023. Free admission 2024.

Group of people stand on a ship's deck looking up at the photographer. On the deck are also two white buses with Swedish flags and the red cross symbol.
Photo: K. W. Gullers, Nordiska museet (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0).

Stories of survivors

Read about destinies from persecution to Sweden

Photo: Ola Myrin, Swedish Holocaust Museum/SHM.

Collections

The Swedish Holocaust Museum will collect artefacts, documents and other material that illuminate the Holocaust in a historical context, including the testimonies of survivors with links to Sweden, as well as their descendants and those who knew them.