Galleries are filled with advanced technology, hands-on computer stations, interactive displays, films and video. One wall-sized, digital map documents 250 current hate groups in the United States. Another deals with civil rights struggles in the past century. The "Point of View Diner" exhibit addresses personal responsibility, re-creating a 1950's diner with a menu of controversial topics on the jukebox. After visitors select a topic, they input their opinions and have them instantly tabulated. Admission: $9, adults; $7, seniors; $5.50, students, children
Each visitor gets a photo passport card of a child whose life was involved in the events of the Holocaust. Visitors' passports are updated during the tour, and at the end the child's fate is revealed.