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United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Located in the heart of Washington, D.C. on the National Mall, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is a living tribute to the history of the Holocaust. Visit the museum's permanent exhibition, which contains over 900 artifacts and videos devoted to educating Holocaust education. There is also a child-friendly explanation of the Holocaust entitled "Remember the Children."
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum at Washington, District of Columbia



  • Daily 10:00 a.m. to 5:20 p.m.


  • Admission is free


  • A Day at the Museum
  • Nazi Olympics Program
  • National Tribute to Holocaust Survivors


  • Hall of Remembrance
  • Permanent Exhibition
  • Remember the Children: Daniels' Story
  • Stephen Tyrone Johns Memorial
  • Museum Café and Gift Shop
  • Parking, directions, public transportation

    There is no public parking facility at the museum, but there is a paid parking garage across the street. Alternatively, you can take the Metro's Orange, Silver, and Blue lines until the Smithsonian stop which is a short walk away from the museum.



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