Unfortunately there is no photography allowed inside the museum tour area so we were limited on photos.
When you venture outside you get to see the Garden of hope, a boat tat helped save Jews, and a railcar that was used to deport Jews and other victims.
Chris Rates it 9/10 The museum itself is very small, but we followed around a phenomenal free tour guide on our visit. She went into great detail with every display and involved the people listening to better engage her audience. It took about 1 hour to go through all the displays with her. After visiting I have a much better grasp on what caused the holocaust. I hope more people visit this museum to help prevent anything like this from happening again.
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