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Holocaust & Intolerance Museum of New Mexico

616 Central Avenue South West


Our purpose is to educate visitors well as teach about other genocides and forms of bullying that have affected people around the world. We are not limited to one religion, culture, geographic area, or time.


Timothy Martinez

Monday, July 2, 2018
Very amazing place. So much information and history. Staff are really involved and have so much knowledge. Leaving here without being affect and touched is impossible. Staff does an amazing job in every aspect.

Sarah DeRadke

Saturday, June 16, 2018
4.5. A tiny museum, very dense with information about several different genocides and intolerance. Definitely worth the trip over there. 2 hour free street parking, and that is just the right amount of time to view everything. There was a good mix of personal stories, artifacts, and broad coverage of historical information. Several videos, lots of reading. I wouldn’t recommend it for small children or kids who don’t read well on their own.

Smevin Bravis

Sunday, May 6, 2018
Rivals the counterpart we know back home in L.A., if only for the fact that, while half is dedicated to the holocaust during WW2, the other half strives to educate on those injustices not in the popular dialogue, like the Armenian and Rwandan genocides. Also takes a solid stab at explaining how these sorts of mentalities get off the ground. Kindhearted people working here and there's pamphlets that can serve as a Injustice For Dummies guide on many of these issues. You leave here with a lot of depressing knowledge but a lot of hope for the future too! A must.

Alan Augustson

Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017
A moving experience. The history of hatred, shown through art, artifacts and the remembrances of the victims of oppression and genocide. A very kind elder guide walked me through the whole ghastly process, as the dehumanization of arbitrary groups went from laughable nonsense to codification in the law, and to its inevitable conclusion. It can happen here. It HAS happened here. It is happening AGAIN. Visit. See the parallels. Leave a different person than when you walked in.

Lori Santana

Monday, Feb. 26, 2018
If you are ever in the area, take the time to go by the museum! The staff is incredibly friendly and knowlegable... it's an eye opening experience.

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