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El Paso Holocaust Museum, El Paso

Categories: History Museums, Museums
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4.7/5 based on 110 reviews on the web
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  • Even though this is a small museum, it actually transmit the suffering of many jews in the war. It is well kept and they only ask for donations. It is a MUST for many El Paso citizens and visitors. 
  • I did a museum web search and found this little gem of a museum. My wife and I visited it the next day and were very impressed. It is so moving and will create lots of emotions in you as you travel th...  read more »
  • I have been here twice. What an eye opening experience. You can really see what went on in Nazi Germany with the Jewish people. Many, many artifacts and exhibits. Fun, yet interesting and awesome. 
  • The museum is very clean and well maintained. All the exhibits are built magnificently and pay homage to the history and survivors of the Holocaust. The museum happens to be one of only 13 Holocaust museums in the United States and is also fully bilingual (English/Spanish), as El Paso has a huge, Spanish-speaking population. There's plenty to read, see, and experience here. Plan to spend at least 2 hours here, going through all the interactive exhibits. There is ample parking adjacent to the museum as well.
  • Very nice and clean museum. They do not require payment but accept donations. Very well put together and accurately and respectfully showcases the events of the holocaust. A tear jerker, but a must see.
  • The best museum in El Paso in my opinion the Holocaust is my favorite topic in history and I absolutely loved this place. Honestly the way it is set up made me feel like I went back in time. I will be going back with more time to better read everything and understand it better. I especially loved the Train wagon they have makes it seem so real when entering the other room like you're actually walking into a concentration camp although that's not an experience everyone would like to live, it just made it feel so real. Definitely would recommend to anyone interested in the Holocaust and how life was before and during this period. I love it!
  • I liked it. It's very quiet but i think it could use more stuff.
  • Very descriptive and informative, the staff was very nice, and the place is very well kept. Good experience
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