Want to see some of Dallas’s best sites, sounds, museums and attractions? Now, it’s easier than ever.
You can now see the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum with the newly updated Dallas CityPASS program. The landmark attraction, which details not only the Holocaust, but also the American Civil Rights Movement, is easily visitable at a steep discount when you purchase a Dallas CityPASS ticket, which also gives you access toPerot Museum of Nature and Science, Reunion Tower GeO-Deck, Dallas Zoo and George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum.
So, what can you expect when you get there?
The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum is split into three areas. The Shoah Wing focuses on the events of the Holocaust, exploring events geographically, following the history of the war and the Holocaust across Europe. The Human Rights Wing shows how human rights issues evolved across the world since 1945. The Pivot to America Wing centers on the American Civil Rights Movement.
The museum is one of only two museums in the entire world to offer a Dimensions in Testimony Theater, which features high-definition recordings and voice activation to connect visitors with Holocaust survivors.
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