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Established in 1984 by survivors who wished to preserve the memory of what they endured, the Dallas Holocaust Museum teaches the horrors of the past to ensure they are never repeated in our future. By request, volunteer survivors are available to tell their stories, and the museum frequently presents special lectures from World War II veterans and those who experienced the atrocities of genocide first-hand. Due to the nature of the subject matter, many portions of the exhibit are not recommended for students under 7th grade; however, the Dallas Holocaust Museum is an essential education in humanity, hope and courage. General Admission (adult): $8

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