Not a well known a traction so certainly not crowded. It is smaller than other museums but well organized and very visual. Also free. I would recommend skipping the guided tour and doing the audio tour. We missed so much info by the guided tour and did not have time to redo the whole museum with the audio. Would appreciate some labels on things to help with the guided tour rather than just numbers meant for the audio tour. I realize that the guides are volunteers and try to do an effective job but people in our tour group had more info than the guide. Also did not appreciate her frequent guilt trips placed on visitors that were not Jewish. Frequently saying " how could you stand by and let this happen" when actually in the group there was no one that had even been alive at the time
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