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While other museums celebrate the best of the past, the Holocaust Museum memorializes one of humanity's worst atrocities.
An extremely moving museum..spent my whole visit fighting back the urge to cry. Daniel's Story is a great way to introduce kids to the atrocity of the Holocaust.
Everyone should visit this museum
If you're planning on seeing other sights the same day, stop in early for the Permanent Exhibit tickets, then come back. The tickets are gone fast. Very moving, somber. Important.
This museum should be a requirement for all high school students.
Plan to stay for at least two hrs. Very crowded on the 4th floor due to school tours. Very sad....
Resea gran parte de la terrible historia que vivieron ms de 6 millones de judos.. Algo que toda persona debe conocer para que no se repita nunca
Amazing, but bring your patience and allot extra time for the permanent exhibit.
Daniels Story is a great way for kids, as well as adults to understand and listen to the hardships children went through. Great experience, and very "hands on."
Military, including retirees, may get tickets to the permanent exhibit (for entire family) any time by visiting the information desk even if all tickets have been distributed for the day.
Get there early to make sure you get one of the limited number of passes they issue per day otherwise you can't see the permanent collection. Security is tight for a reason! Don't complain!
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