I just didn't find this as interesting as I thought it would be. While there's lots of people singled out for amazing or heroic actions, I thought it was kind of preachy as there is a lot of text describing people and things but I didn't really learn anything new. One surprise -- on the top floor- are some paintings by Marc Chagall which made it worthwhile. While internally it is wheelchair accessible, on Sundays (only) apparently the National Park Service won't allow them to have the side alley gate unlocked, so we had to wait for this to be unlocked in order for our wheelchair using family member to get to the ramp into the building (old one).
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