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Holocaust Memorial Center, Farmington Hills

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  • We also were there when one of the survivors told her personal story, which made it even more real. It was a very interesting afternoon.  more »
  • This memorial is a magnificent facility addressing important issues and bearing witness to abominable acts that should never be forgotten.  more »
  • We visited the museum as part of a tour with a group of 80 teenagers. The docents and staff did a remarkable job of leading us through the museum and connecting the story of the Holocaust to our stude...  more »
  • Today was my second time at the memorial. The staff is so wonderful to speak with and I am so grateful to have this amazing resource so close to home. I appreciate the exploration of modern genocides.
  • The only bad part of this museum when I went was my tour guide just talked about herself and nothing about the Holocaust. She rushed us threw the museum and I could barely take anything in.
  • Took at school trip. And was hands down the most moving school field trip I have been on! I found out so many more things about holocaust. The speaker (Martin lowery) was definitely the best part. Just to be in the same room with a survivor was the biggest privilege. There was a couple tears in the end of his speech (not going to lie). It was very amazing to see everything that is such a big part of history!
  • I could have listened to the survivor all day . What at great experience for the whole family !
  • I have visited the Memorial back in 2011 and was enlightened and re-educated of this time in history. I had just learned of the Christianity history in my last semester class and was able to truly appreciate their timeline of both Judaism and the rest of the world . Five years later I was appreciative of their expansion of the Memorial. I was able to hear a survivor speaker and appreciate the Memorial offering this and the speaker's time. This Memorial is highly recommended especially if you can't get to the other Holocaust Memorial in Washignton DC.