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Dallas Holocaust Museum, Dallas

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4.1/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web
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 was very impressed with this place as I consider myself to be somewhat of an expert on the holocaust yet I found myself learning new things as I walked around the small exhibit. It is very reasonabl...  read more »
  • $10 admission and $5 weekend parking. Took about 90min. Audio tour with pictures. Small but a good stop. 
  • A Holocaust Museum is not a regular place to visit unless you care about history and about learning about those terrible days in humanity. It is a small museum but you do not need more to figure out w...  read more »
  • Much smaller floorplan than I anticipated. Still had a good number of displays and historical items from the war. The audio tour system is a little goofy (everyone looks like they're listening on 1990's cell phones). It was a short but strong reminder of how watchful we ought to be in our political systems and in standing up for everyone's rights.
  • It is small but enjoyable (as much as learning of the Holocaust can be enjoyable). Learned a lot about the Holocaust and some the heroes of WWII. Recommend!
  • I absolutely LOVED my visit here. My Husband did not enjoy it as much as I did but he is not really a history person and is not into museums. I could have stayed there all day reading each story and looking at all the exhibits. It was a sad feeling seeing some of the items but it is history and I am glad people are able to share their stories with the rest of us.
  • Wow, great museum. Got to see the guest speaker and holocaust survivor talk for an hour. Very eye opening. Yes it is small, but well worth the trip and the $10 to get in.
  • It is not a big museum. It does have educational recordings you listen to about some of the people that survived the holocaust. Others that did not. There are numbers on the displays you dial into a phone-like device and it explains the displays or pictures. They are supposed to have a new location later on. The tour takes one-two hours depending on the time you take to hear all the information or any live tours that might be going on. A place to go when you want to get out for awhile, learn about history for a small fee.
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