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Candles Holocaust Museum

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Everyone needs to visit to learn of the holocaust.

Eva Kor presents a very personal and extensive presentation to visitors of all ages. She knows how... read more

Reviewed 13 March 2017
tomscobra2
Auschwitz Survivor

The story that Eva Kor tells, is riveting. Her twin sister and I Eva became residents at age 10... read more

Reviewed 13 March 2017
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Terre Haute, Indiana, United States
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Reviewed 8 June 2017

Such a touching story. Lots of pictures and history. She explained all she went through. It a place of forgiveness not hatred. It's done wonderfully. Hard to explain.

1  Thank Penny F
Reviewed 24 May 2017

Wonderful to learn about Eva Kors experiences. We loved the interactive area where you can ask a video of person real-time questions. Not for small children. The museum is only two rooms, very small- but lots of info. Check website to see when Eva is...More

Thank Lora L
Reviewed 31 March 2017

Good for both my kids to her from Eva herself. We also purchased her DVD and watched it when we got home. Lots to think about and be grateful for!

Thank Chris W
Reviewed 13 March 2017

Eva Kor presents a very personal and extensive presentation to visitors of all ages. She knows how to reach children and spends a great amount of time answering questions. Very memorable.

1  Thank tomscobra2
Reviewed 13 March 2017

The story that Eva Kor tells, is riveting. Her twin sister and I Eva became residents at age 10, and are concentration camp survivors from 1940-1945 at Auschwitz. She is a local hero, that needs to be heard, before the story is lost.

Thank Kenneth W
Reviewed 6 November 2016

My husband and I traveled about 4 hours to get there and we really enjoyed it. It was very informative but still interesting at the same time. It was very small but worth the experience. We did not get to meet Ava when we went...More

Thank Wickedlovely27
Reviewed 30 September 2016

What a place!!! Great for children of all ages from 7 to 97!!! Eva Kor is something else - such an inspiration!! Since she was 10 years old in Auschwitz, she knows how to talk to young people. There is nothing to be afraid of...More

1  Thank suzie4542
Reviewed 12 September 2016

Very personal insights into the Holocaust that make it real. Appropriate for adults and children. Good destination for a field trip.

Thank Ted M
Reviewed 30 August 2016

The Holocaust is an event in our history we should not forget - not just because of the history but because of the lessons we can learn moving forward. Candles is the project and passion of Eva Kor who lived through horrendous Holocaust experiences but...More

1  Thank Sandy M
Reviewed 22 August 2016

Wow, this is a great place. It is a museum that tells the story of Eva Mozes and her twin sister. The museum is dedicated to those sets of twins who were tortured by Dr. Mengele the famous Nazi psychopath. There are many chilling artifacts...More

1  Thank Mike S
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Call them to verify (812.234.7881 or visit their website candlesholocaustmuseum. org) but I was there on a Saturday, so I’d say open.
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