It's hard to say that something that recalls violence is "nice" but these folks did a nice job with the presentation of this awful history. It's tasteful, but never shies away from the barbarity of what happened. The exhibits go from the escalation of violence in Europe through to the recovery afterward. It focuses on Richmond survivors and relies on many artifacts from those families. It's touching and hard to witness. Once you go through this museum, you will have a very good idea of just how much suffering the Jews endured. You will also come away with a sense of how much good one person can do to help others.