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Our Mission: to educate the public - particularly the youth of today - about the Nazi Holocaust, as a way of insuring that similar acts of terrorism will not be repeated; to memorialize and pay tribute to those who perished in the Holocaust and to...more
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My husband and I took my two boys (11 and 13) to the museum during a trip to El Paso. It was amazing to know that they did not even know what the Holocaust was. They watched all the films and looked at all the...More
This is one of the finest museums relating to the holocaust that I have been too. I found it educational, well organized, and deeply impactful. It’s hard to leave this museum without feeling a deep sense of sadness, but I highly recommend visiting.
Overall well done. It was presented in a very appropriate and personal manner. I was interested to learn of the strong survivor presence in El Paso. Opportunities to include relevant holocaust information were missed but like I said, overall very well done!
We took our sons (11 and 13) to the holocaust museum early as soon as they were open. The museum was very informative and interesting. The most sobering part was when we got into the rail car and was explaining to our boys how people...More
My husband and I were visiting El Paso for the first time this past week, and we were very moved by our visit to the El Paso Holocaust Museum and Study Center. When we entered the museum, we were told that a guided tour just...More
I took my kids here with a group on a field trip. We had a wonderful guide who explained the events of the Holocaust at an appropriate level for their understanding. A fitting tribute to one of the greatest horrors in history, never to be...More
We have been to the huge museum in Washington D.C. This is a small but well done museum that walks you through the entire history from WWI until post WWII. We learned a lot from the numerous short videos as you walk through. Yes there...More
From the time you walk in friendly reception "except for the security Guard too stiff for my liking. Well done very informative, young children are protected from viewing really bad stuff and you are warned of graphic pictures and video. Wish i could say have...More
I was glad to find such a Museum in El Paso, TX. This story needs to be told especially to the young people. I have been to the Dachau camp in Germany, the Anne Frank House in the NL, and Yad Vashem in Jerusalem. I...More