There is a timed ticket entry, although the museum is free. It is worth waiting in line. The exhibits flow downward from the fourth floor to the first. It is incredibly somber and well documented and makes you think. In the spring/summer months, you can hear a Holocaust Survivor talk once or twice a week. Definitely worth a visit.
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