The Last Goodbye

The Toronto Holocaust Museum welcomes a special opportunity for experiential learning.

Type of Exhibition: History

The Toronto Holocaust Museum welcomes a special opportunity for experiential learning. Beginning January 2024, The Last Goodbye, an award-winning, virtual-reality (VR) film that transports viewers inside the Nazi death camp Majdanek in Poland with Toronto-based Holocaust survivor Pinchas Gutter, will be available to experience at the Toronto Holocaust Museum.

Using VR goggles, the immersive experience enables viewers to virtually walk with Pinchas as he travels through the camp including on the railway car, gas chamber, shower room, and barracks of Majdanek. Pinchas’ testimony provides vivid recollections of his heartbreaking story of suffering, survival, and resilience.

The Last Goodbye offers a visceral and engaging experience to learn about this unique history at a time when firsthand witness accounts of the atrocities are diminishing.

Due to the graphic nature of the content this program is intended for individuals 13+, use of VR goggles are not recommended for anyone under that age.

SUNDAYS, 1PM-5PM & WEDNESDAYS 4PM-8PM | JANUARY 2024- APRIL 2025

Presented by:

A Kultura Collective Member

Start Date:

January 8, 2024

End Date:

April 30, 2025

Sundays, 1-4 PM
Wednesdays, 4-8pm

Midtown Toronto

Anita and Frank Ekstein Holocaust Library at the Toronto Holocaust Museum
4588 Bathurst Street

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