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  • Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum
    Photo courtesy of Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum
  • Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum
    Photo courtesy of Ilene Jacobs
  • Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum
    Photo courtesy of Ilene Jacobs
  • Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum
    Photo courtesy of Ilene Jacobs
  • Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum
    Photo courtesy of Ilene Jacobs
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Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum



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Recently re-opened in a larger location in the West End, the Dallas Holocaust museum not only offers visitors a harrowing glimpse into the Holocaust, but it also addresses other 20th century genocides...  Read More

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  • Best Attractions & Activities, Sightseeing: "Bank of America cardholders receive free admission to the Museum on the first full weekend of every month. Be sure to check in with guest services upon arrival to reserve a time slot for the Dimensions in Testimony Theater."
  • Museums: "Make sure to check in with guest services upon arrival to reserve a time slot for the theater."
  • Things to Do in Fall: "The Dallas Holocaust Museum is best for adults and kids, ages 12 and over. Note that school groups tend to visit in the mornings during the week, so try to book tickets after 1 p.m. to avoid the crowd."
  • Downtown Dallas' Best Attractions: "The Museum is not recommended for children under twelve. Note that the Record Street location will close on July 31, 2019, and reopen at 300 N. Houston St. on September 18, 2019."

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