Wiener Library


About the Wiener Library

The world's oldest institution devoted to the study of the Holocaust, its causes and legacies.

Although primarily a library and research house, it runs regular public exhibitions on the ground floor which focus on Jewish history and the Holocaust.

Address

Wiener Library,
29 Russell Square,
London,
WC1B 5DP

Admission Charges

Entry is FREE

Link to Wiener Library's website

Wiener Library Opening Hours

This Week

Sun
20th May
Closed
 
Mon
21st May
10:00am - 5:00pm
 
Tues
22nd May
10:00am - 7:30pm
 
Wed
23rd May
10:00am - 5:00pm
 
Thur
24th May
10:00am - 5:00pm
 
Fri
25th May
10:00am - 5:00pm
 
Sat
26th May
Closed
 

Next Week

Sun
27th May
Closed
 
Mon
28th May
10:00am - 5:00pm
 
Tues
29th May
10:00am - 7:30pm
 
Wed
30th May
10:00am - 5:00pm
 
Thur
31st May
10:00am - 5:00pm
 
Fri
1st Jun
10:00am - 5:00pm
 
Sat
2nd Jun
Closed
 

 

Exhibitions Open Now

Learn about global efforts made after the Holocaust to find Zuzana Knobloch and millions of others like her.
(Ending Soon! Wed, 30th May)
1527634800

 

Forthcoming Events at Wiener Library

Free   (Tuesday, 29th May)
This talk will analyze the emergence of French rescue networks during WWII
Tuesday, 29th May
Free   (Monday, 11th Jun)
In this talk, Dr. Geoffrey P. Megargee (USHMM) will describe and explain the Wehrmacht's role in Nazi Germany's crimes.
Monday, 11th Jun
Free   (Wednesday, 13th Jun)
The Wiener Library’s exhibition tells the story of the Third Reich’s campaign against ‘degenerate’ art and its international response.
Wednesday, 13th Jun
Free   (Thursday, 14th Jun)
The Wiener Library’s exhibition tells the story of the Third Reich’s campaign against ‘degenerate’ art and its international response.
Thursday, 14th Jun
Free   (Friday, 15th Jun)
The Wiener Library’s exhibition tells the story of the Third Reich’s campaign against ‘degenerate’ art and its international response.
Friday, 15th Jun
Free   (Monday, 18th Jun)
The Wiener Library’s exhibition tells the story of the Third Reich’s campaign against ‘degenerate’ art and its international response.
Monday, 18th Jun
Free   (Monday, 18th Jun)
What is the legacy of photographs as documents of war crimes? Upcoming talk by David Shneer aims to examine their legacy both as a piece of history and as images of haunting beauty.
Monday, 18th Jun
Free   (Tuesday, 19th Jun)
The Wiener Library’s exhibition tells the story of the Third Reich’s campaign against ‘degenerate’ art and its international response.
Tuesday, 19th Jun
Free   (Tuesday, 19th Jun)
Drawing on examples from over 150 oral history testimonies, this talk illustrates how everyday life changed for Berlin’s Jews under the Nazi regime.
Tuesday, 19th Jun
Free   (Wednesday, 20th Jun)
The Wiener Library’s exhibition tells the story of the Third Reich’s campaign against ‘degenerate’ art and its international response.
Wednesday, 20th Jun

Wiener Library Map


Nearby Venues

1. Brunei Gallery, SOAS
2. The British Museum
3. The Building Centre
4. Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology
5. Cartoon Museum
6. Grant Museum of Zoology
7. Pollock's Toy Museum
8. Foundling Museum
9. Wellcome Collection
10. Novelty Automation
11. Charles Dickens Museum
12. The Library and Museum of Freemasonry
13. Sir John Soane's Museum
14. The British Library
15. The Photographers' Gallery

16. The Francis Crick Institute
17. London Transport Museum
18. Museum of Funeral History
19. Anaesthesia Heritage Centre
20. Royal College of Physicians Museum
21. Courtauld Institute of Art
22. National Portrait Gallery
23. Somerset House
24. Twinings Museum
25. National Gallery
26. Canal Museum
27. Dr Johnson's House
28. Canada House Gallery
29. Handel House Museum
30. Benjamin Franklin House