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Dallas Holocaust Museum
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Today 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
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211 N Record St #100 Dallas, TX 75202
211 North Record Street #100USTexasDallas75202
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Today 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 9:30 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 9:30 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 9:30 am – 5:00 pmThursday 9:30 am – 5:00 pmFriday 9:30 am – 5:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
The Dallas Holocaust Museum - Center for Education & Tolerance is dedicated to teaching the lessons of the Holocaust and memorializing its victims. Open daily. Admission Adults $5, children $3
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Intimate museum dedicated to teaching the lessons of the Holocaust & memorializing its victims.- Google
"...for those that aren't deaf, an audio tour."
"Its a small museum, but for the price (with audio guide included), its worth it."
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Bonney Huggler
4 months ago
Extreamly small museum, sparse artifacts & you are looking at pictures that do not represent the scope of events. I was disappointed & felt it definatly was not worth ten dollars.
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Mark Adams
3 years ago
The museum was impressive despite its small size compared to other area museums. It had a great collection of artifacts contributed by survivors of the Holocaust living in the area. The exhibits were very well designed and great care has obviously been taken to ensure that the entire experience is very interesting while still being very educational. I was skeptical initially (especially considering the depressing nature of such topics as the Holocaust and genocide) but after visiting, this museum showed itself as truly being one of Dallas's best kept secrets. It really is worth your time especially as close as it is to all of the other points of interest in downtown Dallas (like the 6th Floor Museum).
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Guillermo Vazquez
2 years ago
Its a small museum, but for the price (with audio guide included), its worth it. If you plan to listen to all of the audio (which gives information of displays, as well as first person narratives), it will take you about 2-2:30 hours to go through the museum.
A Google User
4 years ago
This museum is a great way to explore the Holocaust in a way that is not too depressing. When you visit, you will experience one day's events. There is definitely an element of hope to the exhibit, and I left wanting to learn more about what I saw there. Well worth an hour of your time!
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Sheldon H Henderson
8 months ago
Quite small, but has many interesting facts and for those that aren't deaf, an audio tour. There's a movie near the end with interviews and that's captioned, so I'm happy.... Well, not really, cause this is depressing.
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Joann Uley
2 years ago
Interesting place. I didn't know there was a Holocaust museum here in Dallas! I had to go see for myself. Its an audio guide and small museum. Its good for kids to learn about Holocaust there.
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Oliver Vasquez
2 years ago
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A Google User
3 years ago
Overpriced. This shouldn't be called a museum. This was the smallest museum I have ever attended. We finished in no time and went around the small circle 3 times to see and hear everything all over again. I want to spend hours in a museum exploring and getting lost in the topics. If you have a college understanding of the Holocaust this place will be mundane and frustrating. I ended up just giving my girlfriend a personal tour because she had so many questions. Also, had a picture of Elie Wiesel while in a concentration camp but no mention of him.
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