CINCINNATI (AP) — A center that educates the public about the Holocaust will be moving to Cincinnati’s Union Terminal building, home to the Cincinnati Museum Center.
Officials with the Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education and the Cincinnati Museum Center say the Holocaust organization will move to the converted train station with completion of Union Terminal’s renovation in 2018.
The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education was formed by Holocaust survivors and their families in 2000 in Cincinnati.
The president and CEO of the Cincinnati Museum Center says adding the Holocaust organization to the museum center is a “good fit” because both organizations recognize the importance of telling history stories and connecting people with survivors, real objects and collections.
The Cincinnati Museum Center includes the Cincinnati History Museum among other attractions.