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This kibbutz museum about the history of the Warsaw Ghetto and the Holocaust was a great experience for me. Seen from the perspective of museum didactics it is very well planned. So is the guided tour we made with a very engaged young guide of...More
Having been to Yad Vashem, in Jerusalem, I never believed there could be another amazing Holocaust museum featuring the very brave ghetto fighters of Warsaw. This museum is so informative, professional, and interactive. I could not believe I did not know it existed before having...More
This museum and the Children's Holocaust exhibit (in a separate building) are worth the trip. Here you will learn in interactive exhibits and videos about Jewish resistance, as well as a new exhibit about life in Warsaw before, during and after the war. The Children's...More
Must visit if you come to the Western Galilee - unless You are with children.
This is a holocaust museum that was established by its survivors. It has also a library and education center. Leave it to the end of your day - You won't...More
The Ghetto fighters museum is a must see if up north in the Gallil. The exhibit paints the horrors and confusion that surrounded the Nazi invasion of Europe and Holland during early 1940’s and the systematic destruction of the Jewish people in Central Europe. Exhibits...More
The main purpose of the museum to introduce the story of Ghetto Fighters is now expanded to the learning about the start to nazism.
Very educational, well organised museum.
It takes about 2-3 hours for a whole visit.
I never meant to doubt the authenticity of your review. I respect and love the fact that there are diverse points of view. My point was that the name of the museum gives the false impression to some potential... More
I never meant to doubt the authenticity of your review. I respect and love the fact that there are diverse points of view. My point was that the name of the museum gives the false impression to some potential visitors that they will find facts about Jewish resistance. Yes, the museum explains how Nazzis brain-washed the europeans, etc. but again, it does little in terms of rendering tribute to those who fought against the Nazzi regime.