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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
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Took our 2 teens over the holiday break to visit DC and knew the US Holocaust Memorial Museum was a must visit. Even though we had visited before without our children we still found it to be as emotional as the first visit. It is...More
Very moving. This is a museum that makes you really think, and you need time to take in everything you are reading, seeing, and hearing. Exceptional museum - not like most others in DC where you come to enjoy yourself, but it is very powerful...More
Visiting the United States Holocaust Museum is essential when touring Washington, D.C. The museum bears witness to one of the darkest moments in human history, honoring the memories of millions of lives to ensure that this heinous moment is never repeated. By turns, visitors to...More
This doesn't need to be reviewed. People need to see this. People need to see what happens when we let ourselves believe that somebody else is 'the other'.
Especially today when we seem to be heading towards a culture of xenophobia.
The words on the...More
We visited DC while in the area for a high school basketball tournament and the Holocaust Museum was a must see on our list. We spent 3 hours walking through the whole museum. It is well laid out and easy to follow. They start you...More
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is a remarkable opportunity for all of us. It is a thorough and sensitive treatment of a dark period in world history. The exhibits should be required viewing for everyone. Let's start with the folks in Congress. Never Forget.
I gave this a 3 because when we showed up we just wanted to start walking around but apparently you need a map to figure out where to start. Once we got started we were going backwards with the flow. We ended up leaving because...More
The family visited the Holocaust Memorial Museum and it is an impressive building which tells an unfathomable story. We learned alot about something that is well documented and that was one of the most impressive take-a-ways from work done at this museum. As one might...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.