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Dallas Holocaust Museum

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Good Memorial but excited to see the espa sion

Very good Memorial bit really looking forward to expansion in the works and what great additons... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Michele H
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Dallas, Texas
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Good, but Inadequate to convey the full picture of the magnitude of the Holocaust

HOLOCAUST I previously visited the Holocaust Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida and left it with a... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Daniel K
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Plano, Texas
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The Museum features two exhibits. One Day in the Holocaust explores three key events that occurred on the same day. It answers the question, "How could this have happened?" The second exhibit, located in the gallery changes often and presents a...more
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211 N Record St, Suite 100, Dallas, TX 75202-3307
Downtown Dallas
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Very good Memorial bit really looking forward to expansion in the works and what great additons they can being! Dont dorget to bring a small memorial stone to place in the memorial container. The beginning and middle and the wnd displays are definately the high...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

HOLOCAUST I previously visited the Holocaust Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida and left it with a much more horrific impression of the holocaust than the Dallas exhibits did. There was much more space there, and more in-deep pictures and details. I was happy to see...More

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Paula N, Public Relations Manager at Dallas Holocaust Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Thank you for your thoughtful review. Please do comeback next year when we open the new Museum.

Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It’s in a very small space right now. You go through the museum with an audio tour which details the horrific events and you can move at your own pace. It’s a very moving exhibit. I also had a chance to see one of their...More

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Paula N, Public Relations Manager at Dallas Holocaust Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Thank you for your thoughtful review. You are right. Max rocks!

Reviewed 8 August 2018

The Dallas Holocaust Museum was sobering, yet intriguing. Listening to the tour guide (or recording devices) reminded us of the atrocities that occurred and how devastating the losses were. Interviews held with survivors were hallowing. As they spoke of the brutality of so many years...More

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Paula N, Public Relations Manager at Dallas Holocaust Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Thank you for your thoughtful review. We are glad you visited.

Reviewed 7 August 2018

I just recently discovered this museum was in Dallas. Wow. It has a must see. It is horrific that we even should have a museum like this but we do. It is very nicely laid out and info being spoken on the hand held was...More

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Paula N, Public Relations Manager at Dallas Holocaust Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Thank you for your thoughtful review. We are glad you found us.

Reviewed 27 July 2018 via mobile

Our visit to see the Dallas Holocaust Museum was a sober reminder of man’s inhumanity to man. Additionally we visited the special Ansel Adams photographic display of the Japanese American internment camps during WWII. This too was a sobering reminder of what governments can do...More

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Paula N, Public Relations Manager at Dallas Holocaust Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Thank you for your thoughtful review.

Reviewed 18 July 2018

The Dallas Holocaust Museum is well worth the time. It is an intimate museum, easily do-able in an hour or so (but take the time to listen to many of the prompts for the exhibits). The highlight is a boxcar in the center of the...More

Thank Diana C
Paula N, Public Relations Manager at Dallas Holocaust Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Thank you for your thoughtful review.

Reviewed 15 July 2018

I have been to several holocaust museums. This one is the smallest out of the ones I have been too, but it seems to have a focus on those that were in the holocaust and had a connection to Texas, which is quite unique. I...More

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Paula N, Public Relations Manager at Dallas Holocaust Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Thank you for your thoughtful review.

Reviewed 10 July 2018

My daughter (19) and I went and left there talking about the importance of life. Time well spent to remember and reflect....and the system to listen and go along at your own pace made it very enjoyable and I would recommend to all as a...More

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Paula N, Public Relations Manager at Dallas Holocaust Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Thank you for your thoughtful review. I'm glad you were able to talk with you daughter about mindful and meaningful things.

Reviewed 9 July 2018

The current exhibit is a small exhibit focused on a single day in history and what was going on during World War 2 at the time. April 19, 1943. The museum captures 4 events on that day including the Warsaw Riots and the Bermuda Conference....More

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Paula N, Public Relations Manager at Dallas Holocaust Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Thank you for your thoughtful review.

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Andrea L
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Students are $8 and adults are $10.
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Kellie L
5 January 2018|
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If you are part of a school group, back packs are not allowed. For other visitors you back pack will be visually searched with your permission.
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howard h
24 January 2017|
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Hi. The audio tour is self-guided. You can listen to everything and spend two hours going through the core exhibit and visiting the special exhibit (which is all visuals and readable content). Or you can chose not to... More
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