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United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

11,152 Reviews

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

11,152 Reviews
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Face P wrote a review Sep 2020
29 contributions4 helpful votes
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A place that holds the horror of the past. It’s beautifully laid out even though it contains horrific times of what people had gone through and suffered under other people. It’s a must see. If you’re visiting DC you need to go visit the Holocaust Museum. Be prepared to have your eyes and hearts and minds filled with exhibits and images that will question how can a human hate another human even children so much that they are willing to perform monstrous and heinous acts upon them just because they are different and in the name of God. It’s scary then and scary now.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Gustavo C wrote a review Sep 2020
Washington DC, District of Columbia96 contributions11 helpful votes
We often are not able to take in a perspective of a historical event, even terrible ones like the holocaust. This museum offers a unique perspective into a world event. The prisoner shoe display, as well as the children's artwork (the Nazis had them draw happy pictures) were very impacting to me. You can easily spend hours here, especially if you want to truly get a bit of understanding of the events that scarred the European, and world history.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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jcantu409 wrote a review Aug 2020
Alexandria, Virginia9 contributions
A silent but deadly experience; a museum I first saw as an 8th grader...but as an 8 year old child, I visited a concentration camp in Europe. This is a memorial for all those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our Great Nation; their sons/daughters, their mothers/fathers, their grandparents, their FAMILY = to stand for what they believed was RIGHT/GOOD and JUST. MAD mad respect to any person who gives the ultimate sacrifice = LOVE and LIFE.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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carolina r wrote a review Aug 2020
6 contributions1 helpful vote
Very educational and emotional, specially to our teens that had never experience such horror and cruelty. Makes them realize how blessed we are in this country
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Date of experience: August 2020
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DustinA18 wrote a review Jul 2020
Lafayette, Indiana558 contributions125 helpful votes
I've read alot about the Holocaust but this really made it real. I didn't take any pictures because this is a place you need to see and experience yourself.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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