Dallas Holocaust Museum

Currently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
  • Address: 211 N Record St #100, Dallas, TX 75202, USA, United States
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  • Timings: 11:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-2147417500
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Museums, Family And Kids

In order to oppose hatred and to establish peace among all, the Dallas Holocaust Museum started its journey in the year 1984. It is not only a museum but an educational facility as well that aims to educate students and visitors about human rights. The very museum gets counted as one of the top-rated tourist spots in the location of Dallas. The core exhibits of this museum are the things that the Jews used to use in their daily lives. You can see their rings, eyeglasses, uniforms, shirts, shoes and various other items here. Not only tourists, but school students can also learn a lot visiting the Dallas Holocaust Museum. You can avail audio or guided to tour to know about the whole in detail.

  • Buses 035, 060, 001, 012, 063 to stop - Elm @ Record - W – NS
  • Buses 722 to stop - Ross @ Record - E - NS

  • Dallas Holocaust Museum Address: 211 N Record St #100, Dallas, TX 75202, USA, United States
  • Dallas Holocaust Museum Contact Number: +1-2147417500
  • Dallas Holocaust Museum Timing: 11:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Dallas Holocaust Museum Price: Free
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  • Hopefully the new one is bigger and better. Anyone visiting should be aware that this is a temporary location that consists of two rooms, a hallway, and a theatre. Content is still good. I would recommend waiting for the new museum before spending any money on this.

  • With honesty I must say this is the BEST Holocaust museum ever. Definitely make a trip and take it all in with the poignant audios along the journey. Absolutely incredible!

  • Amazing curation of this museum. The information given was heart touching and not over bearing. Wished the audio tour had headphones instead of the receiver toy have to hold to your ear, my arm was tied but the time I left.

  • This museum was great. We took 80 8th graders today and had no problems. They were very organized and ready for our visit. Mr. Max, a Holocaust survivor took time to tell us his story. Very touching!

  • Very informative and breathtaking exhibit. The theme tied 3 different events to the same day as the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. As part of admission fee, visitors were provided a listening tour via handsets. It allowed you to move at your own pace. They offer student discounts and was busy for a Sunday afternoon.

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