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Sites of Historical Interest and Museums

Safe Haven photo

Opportunities exist to visit local sites and museums, reminding us of the Holocaust and providing educational opportunities for local students.

Safe Haven Holocaust Refugee Shelter Museum building

The Safe Haven Museum and Education Center is dedicated to keeping alive the stories of 982 Holocaust refugees who were allowed into the United States.

Goldsworthy Holocaust Memorial At Cornell Plantations

The Goldsworthy Holocaust Memorial in the F.R. Newman Arboretum at the Cornell Plantations was created in 2004 by Andy Goldsworthy, a then A.D.


A tree sapling from the horse chestnut tree that Anne Frank saw from her window lives on in the nearby town of Poplar Ridge.