A Story to Shake
the Conscience of the World
No book, podcast, or history lesson can prepare you for the impact and power this extraordinary collection of artifacts holds.
Most of these objects have never been shown to an audience in New England before, and this is the only time this exhibition will be on the East Coast during this tour.
The Castle at Park Plaza
130 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA 02116
The exhibition is also accessible by:
- Commuter Rail, Orange Line, Amtrak (.4mi from Back Bay Station)
- Green Line (.5 mi from Boylston Station)
- MBTA buses (.1 mi from Arlington/Columbus and .1 mi from Arlington/Saint James Ave)
Laz Parking is a short 2-minute walk from the venue. Find more information here. There are also parking meters along the road.
The Saunders Castle at Park Plaza
130 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA 02116.
The exhibition is also accessible from the Commuter Rail, Orange Line, or Amtrak. (.4 mi from Back Bay Station); the Green Line (.5 mi from Boylston Station); and the MBTA buses (.1 mi from Arlington/Columbus and .1 mi from Arlington/Saint James Ave).
There are paid parking lots adjacent to the venue as well as parking meters along the road.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
About the Exhibition
You can buy tickets on Ticketmaster, our only official ticketing partner.
Other partner sites may have promotions and access to tickets, but these should redirect you to our website for purchase.
Should you have purchased tickets for our exhibit from any site other than those listed below, please contact our box office for verification.
We recommend that all guests arrive at the venue at least 10 minutes prior to the time stated on their ticket. Due to the high volume of visitors to the exhibition, immediate access to the galleries is not guaranteed and guests should expect to queue briefly before entering the exhibition.
There are no refunds and no cancellations except as expressly outlined in this ticket exchange policy. The deadline for all exchanges is 24 hours before the date and time on the original ticket. To request a refund or exchange, please email Ticketmaster Customer Service.
Patrons supporting persons with disabilities receive free admission to the exhibit and do not require an entry ticket. At no time will a patron with a disability who is accompanied by a support person be prevented from having access to their support person while on the exhibit premises.
We encourage you to leave valuables, large bags, and other personal belongings at home. For the safety of our visitors and the collection, all bags entering or leaving the exhibit, including purses, are subject to inspection.
Backpacks, suitcases, and duffle bags are not permitted in the exhibit.
Wheelchairs, walkers, and scooters are all permitted.
Service animals are permitted, but please be advised that the volume and visuals may be uncomfortable for animals. For non-traditional service animals please contact us in advance.
It is allowed to bring a stroller to the exhibition, it’s important to note that the visit should be done calmly, collected, and safely to not disturb the other visitors.
Bringing children under the age of 12 years old is not recommended since loud noises, playing, and running can lead to you being asked to leave the exhibition.
The venue will offer an area where guests can hang large coats at no charge. Note that this area will not be continually monitored and guests leave personal items behind at their own risk.
Masks are not required for entry to the exhibit. We encourage all patrons to follow safety recommendations such as social distancing, frequent hand washing, and staying at home if they are not feeling well.
There are two restroom areas in the venue. The main restroom is accessed via a staircase and is located on the basement level of the building.
ADA-accessible restrooms are located on the main level outside of the gallery space. Signs will be placed throughout the venue with directions to the restrooms and staff will be available to guide guests.
It is strongly recommended that guests use the restrooms BEFORE they enter the queue in the galleries.