Visitors should come prepared for an experience they're will not forget when visiting the United States Holocaust...
moreVisitors should come prepared for an experience they're will not forget when visiting the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. At the start of the tour, each visitor is given an identity card of a Holocaust victim that matches the visitor's own age and gender. Ordinary reality is skewed through off-center stairways, weird angles and the shadows of other visitors on the glass walkways overhead. An elaborate audio-visual display includes interviews, films and photographs. The Hall of Remembrance provides a calm, empty space at the end of the tour where one can reflect on the experience. The museum discourages children under 11 from attending. Admission to the museum is free. However, from March through August a free pass is required to enter the Permanent Exhibition. Passes are not required to gain entrance to the museum building, or to go to any of the smaller exhibitions, memorials, or special programming.less
*April 2019We only saw Daniel’s Story, as were were limited in time, but it is a must-see. The exhibit was designed for kids, but it was really amazing. The temperature dropped , the lights dimmed,...more
Hi to all my faithful readers. I would like to start my newest trip to Washington DC with you. Share my wife and my loves, dislikes, sorrows, and tears we shed many times as we traveled one of the...more