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Holocaust & Intolerance Museum of New Mexico, Albuquerque
Categories: History Museums, Museums
Holocaust & Intolerance Museum of New Mexico is located in Albuquerque. Using our international travel planner, Albuquerque attractions like Holocaust & Intolerance Museum of New Mexico can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Video interviews with vintage newsreel interspersed with display items and photos of the Nazi holocaust predominate but more current outrages are covered as well. I found the interpretive art done by ... read more »
This is an ongoing project, started by a Jewish man displaced from Germany to China during WWII who ended up in Albuquerque, US and wanted to share and promote the importance of tolerance among people... read more »
This is a small museum. If your in the area its worth the stop. It runs on donations only and was staffed with one volunteer when I visited. It took about one hour to see everything.
Great place that can teach you a lot. Admission is free, so you can’t go wrong. The museum has a slight DIY feel to it which makes the gruelling stories being told all the more personal and touching.
This is a very small museum but it is very moving. I am a teacher and I brought all my students here and they really loved the eye opening exhibits.
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