Dallas Holocaust Museum - Center for Education and Tolerance
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- Dallas Holocaust Museum - Center for Education and ToleranceMember ofHistory BuffsLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 5First to Review
I was brought to tears when I realized the man sitting at the front of the museum was a Holocaust survivor. I hadn't prepared myself, and I felt honored to shake his hand. They tell me he is here almost every day. He is now too old to engage in conversation, but he refuses to stay at home. _____ was one of the original to start this museum. It is very small, but effective. They promote tolerance and give many tours to school children. The video in the conference room shows priceless interviews of various Holocaust survivors that relocated to Texas. The museum has a great map in the front entry to show where each concentration camp was located. The museum’s main mission seems to be to reach Dallas children with the message of tolerance.Recommended for:
Open Hours:10am-4pm Mon, Wed, Fri; 10am-9pm Thu; noon-4pm Sun.
Phone:+1 214 741 7500