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Words cannot convey the emotions one feels in exploring the lives and horrors of people that endured the holocaust. We were fortunate to have a holocaust survivor speak to a group of high school kids and others , telling the unbelievable story of the nazi...More
This museum is free and has free parking. It took us 45 minutes to complete.
It does offer plenty of stories and information that was interesting. The majority of it is mainly photographs, but it does show how terrible they were treated. If you have...More
I visited the museum and learning center in September. It’s appropriately titled learning center. While I hope mankind learns the lessons, my fear is we won’t. This is a very professionally built museum that tears at the heart. Countless stories and recollections that no doubt...More
Very nicely done museum. Everything was free, though we happily gave a donation at the end to support this beautiful educational memorial. Perfect first Holocaust Museum experience for our children, ages 11 & 13, because it is fairly small. We chose to use the free...More
Today was my fourth visit to the Holocaust Museum. Excellent learning opportunity. The photos and the audio presentations are detailed yet easy to understand. Our 12 year old granddaughter was with us today. She read every display. The staff are very helpful and we spent...More
This is a beautiful and at the same time devastating tribute to the Holocaust. Well organized. Our 14 year old son must have read every single word on every single display. Our 8 year old daughter understood the solemn nature of this museum. Very wheelchair...More
Awesome place, I've always wanted to visit a museum about the Holocaust and found this online. Very informative, clean, and organized. The audio tour was well done and I learned more than what I've read and seen. A must to do if you live or...More
My wife and I were headed home from our anniversary weekend in St. Louis and made this our last stop on our way to evening church. AMAZING! We are from Illinois, so to have this in our backyard of places to visit it is a...More
My 10 year old wanted to visit after learning about the Holocaust at school. Visited with a 10 and 12 year old. I made sure I prepared them that it could be emotional. Both handled the exhibits well. Photos of families and personal items made...More