Holocaust Museum Houston offering free admission on Human Rights Day

The Houston Holocaust Museum (Geoffrey Lyon, Copyright 2019 G. LYON PHOTOGRAPHY, Inc.)

HOUSTON – The Holocaust Museum Houston plans to offer free admission to the public in honor of Human Rights Day this Friday.

In a news release, the free admission includes access to featuring galleries related to the Holocaust and Human Rights, along with featured exhibitions such as “Speaking Up! Confronting Hate Speech.”

Visitors can learn more about how Human Rights Day was proclaimed at the museum, along with a special film screening of “Trumbo,” which is focused on social justice heroes such as Malala Yousafzai and Nelson Mandela.

The museum will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday. To learn more, click here.

To purchase tickets for future dates, click here.


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