Holocaust Museum Houston hosts "Bonhoeffer Tours"


Holocaust Museum Houston will offer tours that focus on the life and ministry of the German Lutheran theologian pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer, whose actions against the Nazi Party and his message to the church in the context of the events of the Holocaust is the focus of tours of the museum's permanent exhibit, German railcar and Danish fishing boat.

Tours include a look at the early influences on Bonhoeffer before the Holocaust, his organization of the Confessing Church to stand with the Jews in reaction to the Aryan clause, his involvement in assassination attempts on Adolf Hitler and his imprisonment and execution at the Flossenburg concentration camp by direct order from Hitler. The tours include the stories of the bishop of Munster and Pastor Trocme, church leaders who strived to protect victims from Nazi tyranny. 



Holocaust Museum Houston
5401 Caroline St.
Houston, TX 77004


Admission is free for Holocaust Museum Houston members and students, $12 for non-member adults, $8 for seniors and members of the active-duty military. Tour sizes are limited; advance reservation is requested.
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