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A living memorial to the Holocaust, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum inspires citizens and leaders worldwide to confront hatred, prevent genocide, and promote human dignity. Tickets are only needed from March 1 to August 31 to visit the...more
Very well done,thought-provoking & seemingly historically accurate.Shades of today’s biases.Get there early!& wait in line-worth it!If you don’t get in there is a public open exhibit until you can return.
The Holocaust Memorial Museum is a very serious and somber spot. I highly recommend stopping here. Plan on taking around 3 hours to walk through an important part of history. The kids section is a great place to start with your kids to give them...More
While a lot of the exhibition halls, museums, monuments and other attractions have plenty of (often too much) wall displays requiring reading, there was none of that at this sobering and substantive memorial. No words were wasted, nothing was redundant. This could be the Number...More
The holocaust museum was shocking, I knew the facts but having replicas of stuff from where they lived. The cobblestone Road as you walked it you can imagine them walking to the gates that will be the end. Seeing all the ownerless shoes was a...More
This was a very moving Memorial Museum. I would not take young children into this Museum but it is a must see. They have a very extensive display of photos and artifacts in this Museum. I certainly learned eve more than I even knew about...More
This is a must see. You learn not only about the holocaust but the rise of the Nazis and Hitlers rise to power. The displays, clips, etc. are very emotional and moving. You may encounter people that are having an emotional time getting through all...More
The museum is a really dignified and respectful way of telling the story of a horrific period in history.
Some exhibits will move you to tears and at the end you are invited to light candles in memory of the victims.
I wouldn't say it...More
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Sorry, just re-read your question, check you bag at your hotel and go back and get it otherwise you may have to wait outside while the rest in your group visit. There are also a few hotels nearby that may let you check your... More
Sorry, just re-read your question, check you bag at your hotel and go back and get it otherwise you may have to wait outside while the rest in your group visit. There are also a few hotels nearby that may let you check your bag there for a small fee.