Our family had watched the documentary Paper Clips and we wanted to see the train car for ourselves. It was amazing seeing it in person, being able to touch and smell the train car. Being inside of the memorial was hard. We imagined what it would have been like for the people who were crammed in the rail car. It was amazing to see the photos and mementos sent by family members. The amount of paper clips is unbelievable. The memorial is well kept and fenced in. It is locked if you are there after school hours, like we were. We picked up the key from a nearby grocery store. We had a little trouble finding the memorial, but if you follow the directions that are on the school website you should be able to find it easily. If you are in the area it is worth the stop.