20th Anniversary National Tribute

More than 2,300 people, including 875 Holocaust survivors and 140 World War II veterans, gathered on Monday, April 29, to mark the Museum's 20th anniversary. The day kicked off with a Tribute Ceremony featuring speeches by Elie Wiesel and Bill Clinton, then proceeded with a Museum open house, programs, and opportunities for survivors, veterans, and their families to connect with one another.