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Yad Vashem – The World Holocaust Remembrance Center

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  • Mount Herzl, Jerusalem

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Not to forget in order not to allow to happen again
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 1 day ago

Great museum great exhibition. What a horrible things man can do to the other human being. Un understandable

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Uncomfortable crowd
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 2 days ago

I’m not sure if it’s this crowded every day, groups and groups and groups passing in front of you. You can not read or see anything because groups with tour guides are always passing by in front of you. I’m sure if I could enjoy the museum would be nice. It’s a beautiful...

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I’m not sure if it’s this crowded every day, groups and groups and groups passing in front of you. You can not read or see anything because groups with tour guides are always passing by in front of you. I’m sure if I could enjoy the museum would be nice. It’s a beautiful architecture and wall pictures but it was super overcrowded.

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So much information
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 3 days ago

One does not visit a holocaust museum without knowing your heart will be pulled and broken, and your heart will ache as you go through this place. The most heart wrenching for me was outside the museum in the children's remembrance place; a million and a half children lost their lives in this awful...

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One does not visit a holocaust museum without knowing your heart will be pulled and broken, and your heart will ache as you go through this place. The most heart wrenching for me was outside the museum in the children's remembrance place; a million and a half children lost their lives in this awful time. They have done a great job of walking you through the holocaust from the beginning of Hitler's reign of terror(actually a bit before) until the liberation of the camps. There are interview videos throughout the museum that are not to be missed. The decor reflects the part of the holocaust being exhibited; the ghettos(which I knew little about until this visit) looks like cobblestone streets with railroad tracks. I enjoyed the inclusion of the hall of faithful dedicated to those who helped Jews escape. Also the room at the end which showcases the files of all those lost was powerful and stark. This takes a long time to go through thoroughly, at least a half day depending on how big the crowd is. We had a little over two hours, which was not enough. The experience is overwhelming, but not to be missed. Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.

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A must place to visit when in Jerusalem
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 5 days ago

I have been here several times. This is a must visit. Very solemn place commemorating those who perished in the Holocaust. There is no fee. Headphones are extra. I usually don't purchase the headphones. I prefer to go at my own pace. I particularly find the testimony...

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I have been here several times. This is a must visit. Very solemn place commemorating those who perished in the Holocaust. There is no fee. Headphones are extra. I usually don't purchase the headphones. I prefer to go at my own pace. I particularly find the testimony of survivors to be the most moving part. Prepare to spend at least 2 hours. 3 or 4 are even better. There are two restaurants. One is a dairy snack bar-sandwiches, drinks, desserts. The other is a meat cafeteria where you can get a full meal. Both choices are kosher.

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Great Musuem but very Depressing
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 5 days ago

I have been t Auschwitz in Poland so I was prepared what to expect. But they did a great job in this museum. Most of the rooms have videos of survivors telling their stories. Very depressing to see what these people have went through. especially innocent children.

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