In his final return to Majdanek, Holocaust survivor Pinchas Gutter tours the concentration camp where his parents and twin sister were murdered during World War II. As Pinchas recounts his experiences, you walk alongside him—seeing what he sees, hearing what he hears, and learning as he guides you through an account of his own history.

The Last Goodbye, part of our larger exhibition In Confidence: Holocaust History Told By Those Who Lived It, is a 20-minute immersive virtual reality testimony experience produced by USC Shoah Foundation. It represents unprecedented advances in storytelling through technology.

Advance Reservation Tickets for The Last Goodbye – A Virtual Reality Testimony

The Last Goodbye is available to one person at a time.

Walk-up slots are allotted each day, available on a first-come, first-served basis. Advance reservations cost $5, along with the purchase of a Museum admission ticket.*

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* Museum admission is free on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 4 PM to 8 PM. An advance reservation fee is required for The Last Goodbye.
Museum admission is always free for members. An advance reservation fee is required for The Last Goodbye.

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Visitors to the Museum may recognize Pinchas Gutter from our presentation of USC Shoah Foundation’s Dimensions in Testimony. You can still experience a “virtual conversation” with Pinchas in our Pickman Keeping History Center.