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Founded in 1984, the Holocaust Memorial Center was the first institution in the United States to offer exhibits about the Nazi extermination of six million Jews in Europe during World War II. It's an eye-opening and breathtaking museum, offering a wide range of information and raising important questions about history. True to their slogan they are illuminating the past and enlightening the future.
This summer time attraction is a hit with families! People of all ages will love the lap pool and the lazy river, but children especially love the kid's Sprayscape and waterslides. If you get hungry just head to the laid-back Grille, which provides delicious refreshments. Open from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day, Turtle Cove Family Aquatic Center is the perfect place to cool off.
Founded by Marvin Yagoda, Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum features vintage mechanical games that Yogoda has been collecting since the 1960s. These coin-operated machines, oddities, and objects procured from fairgrounds and sideshows delight the visitor and some other machines are custom made and can be found only here. It is truly a fascinating place to spend some time (don't forget to bring quarters!); indeed, it made The World Almanac's top 100 list of strangest museums in the United States.