After more than six years of planning, fundraising and construction, Dallas’ new Holocaust and Human Rights Museum is ready to open.
The striking copper-clad building sits in the city’s Historic West End, just one block from the Sixth Floor Museum and Dealey Plaza.
The museum continues a mission started several decades ago by Dallas-area Holocaust survivors to document the atrocities committed by the Nazis, and to honor the lives of the six million Jews who were killed in World War II. The opening of the new building also brings an expanded focus on human rights.
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