We've been to many Holocaust museums and were deeply impressed that in a relatively small space, they could teach so much, so well. Part of the effectiveness was the intermixing of the exhibition text with video narrative from local survivors. The survivors were each articulate and brave, giving their personal accounts of the horrors of the war. We spent several hours and could have spent several more. This is a museum that could teach a lot to the newcomer and also to people who are very familiar with the period of history.
Docents were also available and friendly. This must be a real asset to the Atlanta community for teaching purposes.
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