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United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

History Museum
Southwest Washington, Washington
  • La
    "... museums, very emotional, makes this part of history very real"(14 Tips)
    Moni ✈😊
    "Must see permanent exhibition."(12 Tips)
    Mike B.
    "Daniels story is a must for all students."(5 Tips)
    Kim C.
    "great way to introduce kids to the atrocity of the Holocaust."(5 Tips)
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  • Italo D.
    Italo Dodero3 weeks ago
    Go early to have enough time to see it all, videos and lots to read. No for kids. Teens and up.
  • Mike S.
    Mike ScherzerSeptember 11, 2017
    Worth a 2.5-3 hour visit
  • Maria N.
    Maria NelsonJuly 29, 2017
    An inspiring place that's really well done and makes you think
  • Madeley G.
    Madeley GlasscockJuly 27, 2017
    The emotional power it has is incredible. Margit Meissner (95 year old Holocaust survivor) was there and sharing some stories along the exhibit. I would recommend everyone to go there.
  • Pam C.
    Pam ColvinJuly 9, 2017
    I was thought it was very intense. I really think twice about taking anyone under 13 in there. But great way to capture that moment in history.
  • Jeffery J.
    Jeffery JonesJune 26, 2017
    The stories of survival.
  • Jeffery J.
    Jeffery JonesJune 26, 2017
    Let's treat each other better!!!
  • Mark A.
    Mark AdamsJune 23, 2017
    Must have a pass to enter
  • Erik G.
    Erik GrayApril 14, 2017
    Remain silent in the museum and absorb the powerful experience. And then think about what you saw.
  • Terry C.
    Terry CordesApril 11, 2017
    Make sure you get tickets esrly. If they run out you can't get in to see the best displays.
  • Jim M.
    Jim MoyerMarch 29, 2017
    So powerful. A must see when coming to DC.
  • Rachel A.
    Rachel AlexanderMarch 20, 2017
    Takes 3-4 hours to experience the whole museum. Learned a lot about history of Holocaust and how it impacted the world. Some exhibits are difficult to swallow but necessary to see.
  • Kiley K.
    Kiley KDecember 9, 2016
    This place is super sad but very informative and cool to see has interactive experience
  • Andrew N.
    Andrew NilgesNovember 20, 2016
    Even if you're time in DC is limited this is a must visit museum.
  • Laura R.
    Laura RamirezNovember 5, 2016
    Beautiful place Irs better if you go in early and just take your time it's worth it
  • David W.
    David WeathersbyOctober 21, 2016
    So much history of a tragic time.
  • Angel B.
    Angel BarriosOctober 10, 2016
    This is a sad museum.. its free entrance .. just terrible what these people went thru and the lot that I didn't know that happened
  • Andrea D.
    Andrea DriscollAugust 20, 2016
    The permanent exhibits must be seen.
  • Tony C.
    Tony CorreaAugust 15, 2016
    Overall an okay museum. Facts about how hitler came to power and the consequences of people's inaction to help minorities were powerful. Failed to give specifics as to why Jews were targeted.
  • Paola R.
    Paola RubioAugust 5, 2016
    ☹️ Very Sad
  • Vanessa C.
    Vanessa CorderoJuly 27, 2016
    Do not forget to buy your tickets before (on line).
  • Eduardo I.
    Eduardo IríasJuly 22, 2016
    Visit the permanent exhibition. You can get the tickets online, It's a sad museum, but it will motivate you to fight for social injustice and discrimination.
  • Lenny G.
    Lenny GalloJuly 22, 2016
    A very respectful and artistic experiential exhibit for those looking to know more about the horrors of the Holocaust. Must do in DC.
  • Travis O.
    Travis OwenJuly 17, 2016
    They only give out a small amount of tix for the main exhibit daily, and the other exhibits pale in comparison. If you can't get tix for the main exhibit, don't go.
  • Oyoo O.
    Oyoo OwooJuly 7, 2016
    The whole tour experience preserves the memory of holocaust victims like never before.
  • Asaf B.
    Asaf BensimọnJune 17, 2016
    Great museum, very educational. You should get a bit early to get tickets to other exhibits. Also we really liked that they had a memorial wall about other nations who had genocide
  • Wayne A.
    Wayne AJune 10, 2016
    Hey look into the truth of humanities deepest and darkest side. As well as a look at the incredible resiliency of human beings will to survive
  • Jenna F.
    Jenna FischliJune 9, 2016
    It was pretty good but the only thing to do that wasn't $ was a thing called Daniels story (which was great) and a video downstairs. But those two things were really pretty good.
  • Kustom K.
    Kustom KaneApril 27, 2016
    Very informative! Great information on the entire event.
  • Sierra B.
    Sierra BarkdollMarch 30, 2016
    Place is really interesting and really helps u to understand the horrors of the Holocaust. Loved it
  • Sierra B.
    Sierra BarkdollMarch 30, 2016
    Tours, history
  • Mary Kate K.
    Mary Kate KeapplerMarch 26, 2016
    This was a thought museum to go through l, but very important. Be careful. Passes run out early.
  • Oscar Z.
    Oscar Zenteno Jr.February 24, 2016
    The memorial is very emotional and at the end of the visit they have current atrocities
  • Erik B.
    Erik BrokFebruary 7, 2016
    Great place to learn about the rise of nazism, world war 2 and the holocaust.
  • Tania L.
    Tania L.January 1, 2016
    Speechless...stunning and very touching place
  • Maggie M.
    Maggie MacGDecember 27, 2015
    Thought provoking museum with age-appropriate display for kids on the first floor.
  • Byron W.
    Byron WilkesDecember 15, 2015
    Some of the footage or photos may disturb you, but it's important to make yourself bear witness (as Eisenhower did) so we as humans can make sure these kind of atrocities don't happen again.
  • J. T.
    J. T.December 13, 2015
    Beautiful and very moving. Met a survivor who was kind enough to share his story. He had us in tears.
  • Mario B.
    Mario BarrajaNovember 29, 2015
    Excellent show uniquely displayed yet a tad depressing given what this museum is all about
  • Mary N.
    Mary NamestnikNovember 28, 2015
    Powerful but very crowded. Great information for history lovers.
  • Lamont M.
    Lamont MooreNovember 17, 2015
  • cansu u.
    cansu ugurluNovember 12, 2015
    I couldn't help myself to cry. Im not a jew, im a human
  • Emily B.
    Emily BoulgerSeptember 7, 2015
    Go early, or right when it opens, the memorial room is so powerful when it's empty
  • Gabriel H.
    Gabriel HayesAugust 28, 2015
    A very emotional museum experience. Give yourself plenty of time because you don't want to rush through.
  • Julie
    JulieAugust 22, 2015
    Nicely organized museum. Go early to get a ticket with a time to come back for admission.
  • VelvetCrate
    VelvetCrateAugust 9, 2015
    Emotional and powerful exhibit.
  • Brandon C.
    Brandon CainAugust 9, 2015
    The most missed museum! This is hands down the best/well thought out collection of history that I have ever experienced
  • Liz F.
    Liz FerreeJuly 28, 2015
    Great multimedia journal-based exhibit for kids.
  • Dillon Q.
    Dillon QuinnJuly 19, 2015
    Worth the trip. Take the tours!
  • Brett G.
    Brett GarwoodJuly 11, 2015
    A powerful experience to never forget. This is a must visit place.
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