Please note the new rates: Members FREE Children under age 6 FREE Students age 6-18 FREE College-level with valid school ID FREE Seniors age 65+ $8 Active-Duty Military $8 General Admission $12 Holocaust Museum Houston is free each Thursday from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and on spe...
Free on Thursdays 2-5pm
Probably one of the most important museums I've ever visited. Everyone should go. Give yourself time to really absorb.
Parece pequeño pero uno se tarda una vida ahí. Hay datos relevantes y pequeñas charlas con sobrevivientes de los campos de concentración. Los estudiantes son free y la entrada esta en $12 .
Excellent but not free. Says it's free on their website but had to pay for my party of 10, including a senior citizen, and 7 students.
Haunting, moving museum. Very well done, but not for the feint of heart.
Effective April 15, 2014, admission rates for Holocaust Museum Houston have changed. Please check the website to view the updated rates.
Make sure you watch the video.
Very well done...
No entry fee. Just a small donation when u walk in.
This museum is excelent. We went through it with a guide and the stories she told were moving, educational... The exhibits are well done. Take your time to let it all soak in.
Great museum...free, but give a donation...
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Remarkable..said a prayer for my grandparents and my father.
Definitely check this place out. And the train car and rescue boat was startling to see.
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Kinda a debbie downer but awesome exhibit and stuff you need to kniw. Bring out of towners here after brunch, they work on tips only
Exhibitions include a German rail car like those used to ferry millions to their deaths and a replica gas chamber.
If you are able to, take a tour, the guides area rained well and extremely knowledgable enhancing this important museum.
This museum is a tribute to the victims of the concentration camps during WWII. Through changing exhibits, films & lectures it seeks to inform future generations of the horrifying results of hatred.
Give yourself well over an hour to visit Houston's Holocaust Museum. See the outdoor displays including the railcar and boat and all wings.