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scarlett mJuly 30, 2017
As the first Holocaust Museum in American, this is a first class experience. The entire exhibit was presented as a factual horrifying event of World history. The most stunning was the number of person... more »
Gerald SJuly 12, 2017
I led a group from the Senior Men's Club of Birmingham. Our tours include wives or significant others. The Holocaust Center is very educational. My wife and I had been to Dachau Concentration while I ... more »
Hope TJuly 11, 2017
This was a very education visit. And also very sad. I can't say enjoyed it but I do like to learn. And I learned alot. Will take my kids. more »
Alison MaplesJune 21, 2017
Amazing experience. Heard a survivor speak and I will never forget the experience. Plan to come back soon to see more and hear other survivors.
Chelsea lathropMarch 7, 2017
My husband and I went on a Monday night hoping it wouldn't be too busy. We wanted to walk around on our own, take our time, and enjoy ourselves. The building was amazing and bigger then we thought. As soon as we got through the door though and paid we were basically forced to go on a tour. We were told it wouldn't take long and we could leave the tour and wander on our own at any time if we liked. The tour guide talked for an hour and a half, also leaving the tour was NOT an option. We couldn't wander around, look at artifacts, and take everything in like we wanted. The tour guide also found it funny to call us out numerous times on how tired we seemed. It ruined the expierence and was rude. By the time it was over we just wanted to leave. We walked around a little bit after and the Anne Frank tree sapling was cool, worth going to see. Honestly I think we would have loved it if we had had time to look around and enjoy it.
Jennifer St. OngeJune 30, 2017
Very eye opening! We were able to do a guided tour that gave us even more insight!
Betty WesselJune 18, 2017
Absolutely wonderful. Make sure you do the tour with a docent and stay for the survivor story after
Mikayla GoodemootJune 11, 2017
Very unique and enlightening experience. My only complaint is that they don't seem to have anyone tending to the Anne Frank sapling area.
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