United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

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The Unites States Holocaust Memorial Museum displays many interesting exhibits related to the Holocaust. The admission is free and most exhibits do not require special passes. Exhibits include the permanent exhibit, “The Holocaust”. This exhibit is divided into three parts, and the suggested age for viewing is 11 years and up due to the content. This exhibit requires special passes during the spring and summer months. Passes are given on a first come first served basis at the museum in person. The option to purchase tickets ahead of time is available online for $1.00 per person. “Remember the Children: Daniel’s Story” is an exhibition with the purpose of conveying the story of  the Holocaust so that young children can understand.

The Holocaust Museum is located near the Washington Monument on the mall and in close proximity to the Smithsonian museums. The metro stop located just 1 block away from the museum is the Smithsonian metro stop on the blue and orange lines.

If looking for a place to stay during your Washington DC visit, there are many Washington DC lodging facilities in the area.

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