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Dallas Holocaust Museum, Dallas

(4/5 based on 320+ 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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  • Although small, the Museum has a lot of information and many details. If you like history, will learn a lot from the audio tab and the details of each room. It's touching, I cried a lot with the collection of pieces, photographs, testimonials written and audiogua narrative. Exciting and shocking. Worth reinforce, however, that the visit to the Museum can end your day and undermine his forces to clear the city. Leave it to the end of the day.
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  • Visiting the Holocaust Museums in every city I visit has become a habit. Yet, I can't avoid the tears that come when I view the horror these poor people went through. This museum is excellent, despite...  more »
  • Amazing piece of horrible history that we all need to know about. Went with my good friend and her teenaged twins. It was powerful for us all.  more »
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  • It was a neat Museum, but doesn't have much to show. I went for free and appreciated the speaker and the walk through, but would've felt gypped if I paid admission price. They basically only have scraps from 3 survivors and a few stories though audio books. It is supposed to take 45 minutes to go through the museum, but I'd you take the fluff out it is really only 15-20.
  • 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.
  • I read or watched a lot about holocaust and it was interested to see the same pictures and videos at the museum! $20 tickets and $5 parking fee.
  • if you're in Dallas and looking for something to do, take a look. Every museum on the holocaust is different and has something to offer. They have full size train cars inside (replica?) of the kind used to take people to the camps. emotional
  • 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.