Three events canceled following museum’s first-year anniversary
Three events in March have been canceled by the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center, just weeks after the center celebrated its first year at its new home at the Cincinnati Museum Center. The move increased its visitation by 400 percent – teaching more than 35,000 community members about the lessons of the Holocaust in the past 12 months. In January 2019, HHC opened the doors to its new 12,000-square-foot location within the lower level of Union Terminal. With approximately 7,500 square feet of exhibition space, the move tripled the amount of space for the museum. Since January 2019, HHC has engaged at least 13,122 students and 459 educators through training, and more than 12,400 visitors have toured the museum using the group-booking option. Visitors have come from 45 different states. Overall, the center reached more than 180,000 people through outreach, traveling exhibits, education, and digital engagement.