The Memorial House provides a unique visiting experience, with an emphasis on personal stories of victims and survivors.
From press releases to innovative projects like Talk17, American Friends of Ariel has made itself available to the international press to share the Ariel story.
Ron Nachman, Ariel’s legendary founding father and longtime mayor, was laid to rest overlooking the city’s residential neighborhoods. The Museum has since become a gathering site and event space for visiting groups who want to know more about Ariel’s past, present, and future.
Hundreds of thousands of Jews fought in World War Two for the Red Army of the Former Soviet Union (FSU). As their personal histories fade, Ariel’s education system and Social Services Department have worked together to make sure their memories and service are remembered and respected.
As an organization, Friends of Ariel is committed and mandated to share Ariel’s unique story to a wide variety of audiences. We provide tailor-made tours for each and every visiting group.