It only takes an hour to experience one day during the Holocaust that will change your life.
Named #6 of 90 top attractions in Dallas by Trip Advisor, the Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance will extend its hours during Super Bowl week. The Museum will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. from Monday, January 31, through Monday, February 7. Admission is $8 for adults and $6 for Students, Seniors and active military.
I cannot encourage you enough to go and see this museum. Next to the National Museum in DC, this is the best presentation on the Holocaust I have seen. Currently this is in a small space, but what they have done with the space is phenomenal and truly impactful. Due to their limited space (for now, there are plans for a larger facility) they have chosen to focus on one day in the Holocaust—April 19,1943—on which three very important events occurred. I just can’t say enough…I live in Dallas and just went to see this on Saturday and I would love to spread the word to all visitors coming to the city as well as folks who all ready live here…this was incredible.—Trip Advisor review