Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum Re-opening Day
The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum is reopening its doors on Friday, August 14.
The Pivot to America Wing, which explores the journey for Civil Rights in America, is currently housing the special exhibition, "The Fight for Civil Rights in the South," a photographic exhibit that chronicles the African American struggle for civil rights and social equality in the 1960s, including the burning of the Freedom Riders bus and the March from Selma to Montgomery.
Tickets must be purchased online and capacity is limited. All visitors will be required to wear face coverings at all times inside the museum. Sanitizing stations have been added throughout the facility, along with other safety protocols. The museum has several outdoor areas including a Courtyard and Terrace where guests can enjoy fresh air and remove their masks if needed.