On Thursday 25th August we are proud to host two special guests.

Holocaust survivor Hanneke Dye will share her testimony and answer questions and photographer Steve Bradley will be onsite to teach you how to take better photographs. 

Both events are included within our standard admission fee at no additional cost to you!

If you have visited us within the last year your ticket is valid for free return visits - please use the free ticket option to reserve your places. 

We are open from 10am - 4:30pm and in addition to the two sessions below our museum exhibitions and memorial gardens are open for you to explore.

Steve Bradley Photography workshop

11:00am - 12:00pm 

Holocaust Survivor Hanneke Dye

1:00pm - 2:30pm 

Steve Bradley has recently retired to concentrate on his photography business and can also be found volunteering for the National Trust at Clumber Park.

Steve is skilled at both portrait and nature photography. Perfect whether you wish to take the perfect selfie for instagram or wish to create a unique landscape photo to hang on your wall.  Working in our memorial rose garden and he will offer guidence on how to capture the perfect picture.

All abilities welcome. Please bring your own equipment. You do not require a professional camera - bring your smartphone!

Click here to learn more about Steve's work.

Hanneke was born while her parents were in hiding in occupied Holland.

Despite no painkillers, her mother birthed her in complete silence in case the neighbours heard and informed the Nazis.

Listen to Hanneke share her powerful testimony.

Hanneke will then answer your questions.

Book a place

Ticket Quantity Price


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Concession (65+)

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Concession (ages 8-16)

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Family (2 adults and up to 3 children)

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FREE: Carers and children under 8

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Already have a return ticket

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Souvenir book

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