World-class museum’s photos, artifacts, and oral histories document the imprisonment of the confinement site’s World War II prisoners
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$9.25 for admission for two to the Heart Mountain Interpretive Center ($14 value)
$13.50 for admission for four to the Heart Mountain Interpretive Center ($28 value)
Heart Mountain Interpretive Center
The Heart Mountain Relocation Center opened in August 1942 and imprisoned more than 14,000 people throughout three years. It has since been transformed into the Heart Mountain Interpretive Center, a world-class museum where visitors learn about the relocation of Japanese and Japanese-American people during World War II through the eyes of the imprisoned. The exhibits, artifacts, and oral histories also explore the underlying issues of prejudice, constitutional law, and social justice. The historic site also includes original camp structures, a war memorial built by internees, and a walking tour.
What a well-done museum/center! I felt that I learned a great deal. The staff were knowledgeabel and added to the experience.
Susan B. ·
December 10, 2016
This is a really excellent memorial to that troubled time in our history. The folks who work there are very knowledgeable about the people and their circumstances as well as the history of the place itself. I go back frequently.
Virginia N. ·
November 12, 2016
Very nice center and grounds. Everything was great and there is a lot of future potential too.
Joanna B. ·
August 21, 2016
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