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Dallas Holocaust Museum

211 N Record Street, Suite 100, Dallas, TX 75202-3307
+1 214-741-7500
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At a loss for words

A "must see" when in Dallas. The experience is impossible to put in words. This museum provides... read more

Reviewed 4 June 2017
David N
Dallas, Texas
via mobile
The video of Holocaust survivors made this unique and all the more impactful

This is a very small museum, with many photos and a small amount of historical objects. The audio... read more

Reviewed 30 May 2017
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The Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance offers a core exhibit that exposes three key events that occurred on "One Day During the Holocaust". A special travelling exhibit, video graphed eyewitness testimonies of survivors, and artifacts offer visitors a well-rounded understanding of this horrific part of world history. Visitors leave the Museum with answers to the question, how could this happen? Due to the somber topic and graphic historical photographs in the exhibits, the Museum is not recommended for children under the age of 10. However, parents should note that this Museum hosts more than 30,000 school children each year. The audio guided tour teaches the differences between bystander and Upstander behavior and the value of choices.
  • Excellent56%
  • Very good31%
  • Average11%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“train car” (4 reviews)
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
211 N Record Street, Suite 100, Dallas, TX 75202-3307
Downtown Dallas
+1 214-741-7500
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Reviewed 4 June 2017 via mobile

A "must see" when in Dallas. The experience is impossible to put in words. This museum provides a look at such a horrible moment in history. It's extremely well done, tasteful and impactful. I don't know exactly how to describe it, except to say it...More

Thank David N
Reviewed 30 May 2017

This is a very small museum, with many photos and a small amount of historical objects. The audio was very very good, and although I already knew most of what was communicated, I learned several new facts about the history of the Holocaust, as well....More

Thank jbaker9950
Reviewed 23 May 2017

This is truly a "hidden Gem" in Dallas. Right next door to the Kennedy Museum, most people have no idea it is there. The Docents, give a wonderful understanding of this meaningful exhibit

Thank simbahay233
Reviewed 22 May 2017

If we're not careful... this can definitely happen here in the US. When you first walk in you receive these things that look like remote controls. You basically push the keypad and it'll start talking. It does take quite a while to get through everything...More

Thank Krys90
Reviewed 17 May 2017

This museum is very small, but reveals a lot about the holocausf. The plight & near total annhilation of the Jews. It's no place for children under 12. There's a city train behind the museum building which at times ironically departs at the same time...More

Thank Chrystina M
Reviewed 2 May 2017

Bought the tickets to this museum with a Groupon for $6. It is very small, but does have some interesting artifacts. They had room off to the side that had an exhibit done by a filmmaker that was quite interesting. We weren't able to see...More

Thank JHawkOKC
Reviewed 1 May 2017

The Dallas Holocaust museum which is located just a block away from the Sixth Floor Museum, was a very somber experience. Being interested in history it was very enlightening to hear more of the personal stories of some of the Jews and the families in...More

Thank Ryan E
Reviewed 11 April 2017

It was very interesting to see how many Holocaust survivors were settled in Dallas. The highlight was the actual boxcar used for transportation to the camps.

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Reviewed 8 April 2017 via mobile

This museum is currently in a very small space but will be moving to a larger space in the future. I thought they did their best to utilize the space effectively, but cannot compare to the Holocaust Museum in Washington DC. They were very focused...More

Thank BasicFoodie
Reviewed 5 April 2017

Our 3--generation family visited this small museum in 3/17. The children were ages 9 & 7. We heard a survivor recount her experience, which got too long for the children. We left after 45 min. before they became disruptive. Hearing the survivor was a great...More

Thank IowaSally2012
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howard h
24 January 2017|
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Response from Paula N | Property representative |
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
31 December 2016|
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Response from Paula N | Property representative |
You can purchase tickets at the front desk upon your arrival.
5 September 2016|
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Response from Paula N | Property representative |
It is now Sept. 6th. We were open on Labor Day. We are open most Holidays but you can always find info on our website. Be sure to check our website for the Jewish Holidays as well. Although we are not a Jewish... More