Holocaust Museum in Washington DC was the first stop for my nephew’s tour of DC. The official memorial to the Holocaust right next to the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
We tend to forget sometimes what real pain and suffering is with people and for a 14 year old even more. The Holocaust Museum in Washington DC brought me to tears with all the memories of people tortured for the belief of faith.
It’s so difficult for me to put into words and at the same time left me grateful for the life I live. I prayed while I was in Holocaust Museum in Washington DC for all these people that suffered such cruelty and the families that lost so much.
It is definitely an emotional tour at the Holocaust Museum in Washington DC but one that was memorable. As we finished the tour, my nephew went into the gift shop and bought a Star of David and said, “So I can remember.” God Bless us all.
Flying into DCA? Car rentals are available at the airport and easy to get to without too much hassle. The Metro subway system is paid by distance or the bus to get round town. There is also the Potomac River with a water taxi services that makes it easy to get around Washington DC.
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