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  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Timing: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm


    10:00 am - 05:15 pm
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    Address: 100 Raoul Wallenberg Plaza SW, Washington D.C. 20024, United States Show on map
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About United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington D. C.

The horrendous events that took place during the Second World War had left the world broken. The atrocities of the Nazi’s had left scars on the entire world. The US Holocaust Museum was set up in order to pay homage to all those who lost their lives at this horrible time.

The US Holocaust Memorial is an attempt to remember the atrocities and make sure that such a horrible catastrophe never happens again. The displays are touching and at times gut wrenching and there is a lot to learn about the era of the Holocaust here. It isn’t suitable for children but youngsters should most definitely pay their respects with a visit while in Washington D.C.

This marvelous homage-paying museum is one of the most eagerly awaited on any Washington D.C itinerary. Tickets for United States Holocaust Memorial Museum are free of cost however, you make take a guided tour for the best insights. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum ticket prices for guided tours may be subjective to the kind of tour you choose. To know about United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Tickets head to our tickets section. If you fancy some great deals and offers, then buy tickets for United States Holocaust Memorial Museum from our website!

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  • The passes are free but timed so you can enter only for a stipulated period of time. 

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  • Very well done exhibit. Very very sobering and informative. However, it takes at least four hours to go through if you actually want to read everything. We gave it two hours because they said online to give an hour and a half, however when we were half way through the second floor they said that they'd be closing in 40 minutes!! Go early early early. And learn a lot.

  • "Steven Spielberg did his homework with Schindler's List." That was the first thing I would say when I recounted my visit to the Holocaust Memorial Museum. This museum is poignant and there is so much to see. I recommend this to everyone, I had to kind of rush through this place, but I can easily see spending close to four hours inside of this place. The museum is multi-floored. I know that I missed visiting the bottom floor, but if and when I go back to D.C. I will definitely go back.

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  • A wonderful way to commemorate those who passed throughout the Holocaust. The exhibits had so much information, lots of pictures and artifacts. If you are in the D.C. area, I highly recommend this Museum. It is very well done, and has an interesting layout and design. Be prepared to spend at least 2 to 3 hours here and to be surrounded by lots of people as they have lots of individuals going through this museum.

  • Amazing and powerful exhibits. Oftentimes the volunteers are survivors themselves. Parking is extremely limited so try to metro if possible. Tickets are available online (recommended during summer months). It's definitely a heavy topic so try to schedule something lighthearted afterward!

  • Was kind of boring, not going to lie. I had to walk 24 minutes to get here, only to slowly trudge through a museum that was entirely black and white, with most of the videos on the walls not having any sound, so the halls were weirdly quiet and loud at the same time. I nearly skipped the whole thing. I could have saved the time and just watched a couple documentaries. Not my favorite. Some displays were cool. People walk deathly slow, so it takes forever to get out. Beware.

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