Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum, Dallas

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The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum (formerly the Dallas Holocaust Museum Center for Education and Tolerance) is a history education museum in Dallas, Texas, in the West End Historic District at the southeast corner of N. Houston Street and Ross Avenue. Its mission is to teach the history of the Holocaust and advance human rights to combat prejudice, hatred, and indifference. It features climate-controlled archives and a research library to expand education.

The current facility opened on September 18, 2019.
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  • I visited the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum in May 2022 during my visit to Dallas. This is a fantastic museum and compares favorably to the Holocaust Museum in Washington DC. I watched an.....  more
    I visited the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum in May 2022 during my visit to Dallas. This is a fantastic museum and compares favorably to the Holocaust Museum in Washington DC. I watched an.....  more »
  • I have been to other museums of this type but this is one of the best and definitely worth 2 hours of your time. Exhibits are interactive and well put together. Information is balanced and true and.....  more
    I have been to other museums of this type but this is one of the best and definitely worth 2 hours of your time. Exhibits are interactive and well put together. Information is balanced and true and.....  more »
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  • The Holocaust and Human Rights museum in central Dallas was a transformative experience. I attended as part of a school group and was lucky enough to see the new exhibit on Japanese-American treatment post WW2. Our museum docent was knowledgeable and great at teaching us the history of the darkest period of the 1900s. The faculty was clean, modern, and accommodating of everyone. The rooftop lunch area was also very pleasant to dine in under the spring sun! I would recommend this museum to families and schools for an educational and eye-opening experience.
  • This was an eye-opening thought-provoking walk. When you go, stop and read as much as you can try to absorb what you read. If you can debrief what you read and learned. Only through conversations and discussions can things change. Much has been omitted from the history that is presently taught. Why, I do not know. However, I left empowered and inspired those that forced change. Many lost their lives, so I can live like I do, I appreciate those pioneers who lead the way. Regardless of the color of skin or ancestors, the knot that ties us all is humanity, and the bow behavior!

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