A museum that mixes perfect history information with the human tragedy that holocaust was. If you are in Washington, do not miss!!!
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This is an emotionally draining experience, but a must see for everyone. The information is presented in a very personal manner, which makes it all the more powerful. Very interesting and well done.
This museum is a must see for every visitor who comes to DC . It is very well organized and described. Not for very young children. It is a sad place.
The first few times I attempted to visit, this place closed due to bomb scares, yet I persisted and a few years later entered with a group of women, mostly Jewish, and toured with a docent. I highly recommend using the docent tour. Several attending...More
Very moving and very iconic building. Unforgettable. A must visit when in D.C. This time in history is a blemish on the world and leaders at the time and we must not forget
This Museum is amazing as well as heart breaking. I loved how they told the story of all of the people who lost their lives in suck a sick moment in history. it actually made me feel like I was right there
I should start my review by pointing out what others have in that tickets for the main exhibition sell out fast for the day. I went on a Friday around 11am and the tickets were already sold out for the entire day, but when I...More
We have visited many of these memorials around the world and the stories and emotions that are elicited are always very powerful. This tribute is no different - a combination of historic facts, artifacts and stories of those who died and those who lived blend...More