Since Het Hornemann Huis tells the story of the brothers Edo and Lexje Hornemann, this exhibition can be visited permanently.
Unique to the Edo and Lexje exhibition is that it is underlined with experiencing it. What was it like to live in those days?
What dilemmas did Jewish families face in those days? What were the consequences of the choices they made? But it also gives food for thought about the current times in which we live.
Because no matter how much we would like it, discrimination has still not disappeared from the streets. How did that happen? What can we ourselves do to counter this?