A wide variety of artifacts remind us of the tragedy which we must never forget. Among the graphic reminders on display is an ... More
Dallas Holocaust Museum - Center for Education and Tolerance
A wide variety of artifacts remind us of the tragedy which we must never forget. Among the graphic reminders on display is an actual boxcar that was used to transport victims to their death. Rotating exhibits from all over the world stop here on a regular basis. Call ahead to learn about the special current and upcoming displays. Tours led by a Holocaust survivor can be arranged by appointment. Admissions for adults, students (18 and under), seniors (55 and over), active military, and groups of 15 or more are separate.
Reviews for Dallas Holocaust Museum - Center for Education and Tolerance: 6
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By A Yahoo! Contributor, 5/12/11
Well first it was an amazing place to go with my friends I loved it but the only thing I dint like is that people killed other people in the holocaust Youll people should go its really amazin for reals
In light of the fact that some entities in power now are denying that the Holocaust ever happened, this is undeniable proof.
Excellent displays that will touch the heart and help anyone comprehend at least some of what took place.
Much thought has been put into this museum, and with the headphones, anyone can move on at their own pace.
Our sixth grade students were very impressed with the experience of visiting the museum. They were saddened by what they saw, but not tramatized. They were thrilled to see and hear from Max. I belive that this experience will have a lasting effect on many of our students. Thank you for providing the opportunity for all of us to learn. I would like to continue to bring our students to the museum for years to come.
The new exhibition is very impactful. Focused on reactions to the mass murder of innocents, the museums uses the past in order to teach us about ourselves and our society. Our whole group - teenagers and adults - were engaged.
A visit to the holocaust museum is a very moving experience. I was reminded of the tragedy that the world experienced and saw first hand many tangible artifacts that pointed to this great inhumanity. Truly worth the visit.
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