Could easily spend hours here. Great guide book, but would be great to have an audio tour, too. Definitely worth visiting if in the area.
About Virginia Holocaust Museum
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I wasn't sure what to expect when first walking into the building but after walking in, the employees were quick tp help you start your tour. You watch about a 15 minute movie before starting. Then you walk through at your own pace. It was...More
Was very surprised to find a holocaust museum in Virginia! It is worth a visit to inform and educate. Much work has gone into this place and it is kept peaceful and respectful.
We stumbled upon the Virginia Holocaust Museum one wintry day. Not knowing what to expect, the exhibits pleasantly surprised us. The tour begins with a short video narrated by Holocaust survivors, thus contextualizing the museum's purpose. Then you can visit the exhibits at your own...More
We were not expecting such a thorough exhibit on the horrors of what occurred. When we excited the museum we were speechless as the way it should be. Young and old and everyone in between should make sure they visit this museum.
Cobblestones from the Warsaw Ghetto line the entrance. The exhibit is searing, beginning with film footage of survivors. Not recommended for children under 11 for a good reason. Some of the photos and text are disturbing but everyone needs to see and bear witness.
It was pure holocaust history re-enacted in the exhibits. Media information is excellent. Excellent Guided tour. Perfect for a Weekend learning experience.
It was interesting to hear the stories of Richmond, VA Holocaust survivors as well as see the items on display in this museum. The museum is still under construction in some spaces as they are expanding their exhibit areas but we really enjoyed the displays...More
In my humble opinion this is for middle school age children and up, and then with due caution to their level of maturity. The museum has done a wonderful job to provide continued education on this subject.