Plan Your Visit

Tour Options

Mobile Tour

Enrich your in-person visit with survivor interviews and deeper context on your smartphone.

Virtual Tour

Explore the memorial from home, with 3D photos, videos, and more.

Guided Tour

Experience the memorial in-person with a group tour led by a trained guide.

Are you a teacher? Our Educator Resources provide guided, stop-by-stop resources for educators.

Visiting in person?


The New England Holocaust Memorial is located in Carmen Park (also called Union Street Park I on Google Maps) on Congress Street. The Memorial is on Boston’s historic Freedom Trail, near Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market.

Directions by public transportation

Taking the T? The Memorial is walking distance from multiple MBTA stations.

• Blue line: State Street station (5 minutes) or Government Center station (5 minutes)
• Green line: Haymarket station (2 minutes) or Government Center station (5 minutes)
• Orange line: Haymarket station (2 minutes) or State Street station (5 minutes)


The Memorial is an outdoor space, open and accessible to the public at all times.

Nearby parking

Some metered street parking is available in the area, though open spots can be hard to find. Nearby paid parking garages include Haymarket Garage and Government Center Garage.

Nearby educational attractions

  • Boston Common: Oldest city park in the U.S., includes the Boston Massacre Monument.
  • Freedom Trail: 16 historic museums, parks, monuments, and the MA State House.
  • New England Aquarium: Home to thousands of animals, including penguins, sharks, and turtles.
  • Vilna Shul: 100-year-old synagogue and Boston’s Center for Jewish Culture.

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