First of all, I don't have any satisfaction in giving one star but I feel it's my duty to warn people what to expect here. We knew that museum will lack access to some sections as they were reconstructed and we were OK with it. However, the entrance fee is still the same and that is not fair to visitors in my honest opinion.
Having put that aside we decided to go in anyway as the subject is of great importance to human kind and we were eager to learn more of it.
We then had a very cold welcome by two female employees at reception. One assumed that we knew everything about procedure, security check etc. and was rolling her eyes on tiniest sign of our confusion about those things. Other one was extremely disinterested and was typing on her mobile phone the whole time just to turn her head at us to say: "You have your tickets, you can go!". I don't expect red carpet treatment but I do expect to be treated as a fellow citizen with manners of "please, thank you, you are welcome". Both of them failed at that, however the rest of the staff were at least professional.
Museum itself was just mostly empty space with very random almost artsy sections. Void room is the only thing worth mentioning as it is extremely powerful experience. The rest of it is really not worth mentioning and I am very sad to conclude that this museum is not worth visiting until they perhaps revamp it as it just looks like an insult to both Jewish people and visitors alike.