As other reviews state, this is a very small museum but the curator does a great job of maximizing the space by choosing to focus on a single day during the holocaust. I’ve never seen this done before and it works well, however, the museum is getting a new, larger space next year so this may change.
My main issue with the museum is how crowded it gets with school groups. I was given an audio guide for my admission price but could barely hear the narration over the guides leading the children from spot to spot in the exhibit. I had to view the museum out of order and jump from display to display in between the school groups to avoid getting run over/crowded out. If the front desk had given me a heads up on the size versus volume of people visiting, I might have skipped this one altogether to avoid the battle for space. Not worth your money if there’s a school bus outside.
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