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Dallas Holocaust Museum, Dallas

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The Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance is dedicated to preserving the memory of the Holocaust, and to teaching the moral and ethical response to prejudice, hatred and indifference, for the benefit of all humanity.
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  • I have never been to a holocaust museum before (missed the one in DC) but after being to this one the bar is high. It is not a big location but what they have pulled together and the way the story get...  more »
  • The museum was very interesting. It focused a lot more on some of the events during the holocaust and how people survived or passed during the time. It was focused more on the people who went through ...  more »
  • We were incredibly lucky to have a Holocaust survivor speaking the day we went. My teenage son came away from the experience with so much more of an understanding of the emotions, memories, etc from t...  more »
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  • It was an informative trip for my students and allowed them to see artifacts related to what we're studying. I did feel a little rushed since we were part of a group on a Saturday. The museum is pretty small and we were rather crowded, so I'd recommend going during the week if at all possible. Additionally, you might be able to meet and listen to a survivor talk. The staff was friendly and helpful. Overall, a rewarding experience with an important message.
  • The place can be walked in under minute. That said it could take hours to finish it. An audio tour accompanies the physical and is expansive. Not great for kids as one could imagine but the museum is tasteful.
  • An audio-guided tour is unexpected but different. A few different exhibits but rather small and crowded. The only place comfortable to sit was the "theatre" where they showed interviews of victims. Interesting and different for a museum. Bathrooms are hard to find, because you have to have a password. Would probably go back.
  • Very small, self guided with audio things you carry around. Hope the new location will have more artifacts. Very informative, tons of information.
  • BEYOND FRUSTRATED, More with the parking than the Museum! The last time i went i was in college, so this was my 1st experience in the west end in a while. Took my son to do a report for school for what i thought would be a great experience, but it was not what i remembered. Then when i come out.... I had a ticket! But i paid for my parking. The phone # on the ticket goes to a collection agency in Colorado, and there are 2 different fax numbers to mail your documents to, one is incorrect. Then they refuse to do anything about it even with my proof. $75 for a ticket Plus the cost of the Museum, which was super packed. :(