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Holocaust Memorial Center, Farmington Hills

Categories: History Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
4.7/5 based on 120 reviews on the web
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  • This Memorial Center is in a fairly new facility, and is extremely well done. They have exhibits and artifacts that show the horrors of the past, and the resilience of those who suffered. There are fr...  read more »
  • They have a saying there on the the wall. Goes something like: It happened once, it can happen again, it can happen anywhere. Truly moving and touches the soul. It wasn't that long ago. You'll want to...  read more »
  • Learned a lot. Nicely curated. Everyone coming to West Bloomfield area should pay the museum a visit. 
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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!
  • Very understanding of the Delema, and horrificness of inhuman treatment that nazi Germany bestowed upon the Jews an others. Just unbelievable, for those that Survived!
  • I could have listened to the survivor all day . What at great experience for the whole family !
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