Summer is the time for road trips and family travel. While many are looking to do summer get-aways to Disney World in Florida, LEGO Land in Denmark, or Ocean Park in Hong Kong, most Christian families are looking for vacations that are both intriguing and also educational for their children.
Here is a suggestion that will never be suggested by Lonely Planet or Travelocity, but one your family will never forget.
Victims of Communism Museum in Washington D.C. is a one-of-a-kind educational and historical destination devoted to reminding us of the more than 100 million victims of Communism around the world. Each exhibition is designed to give your family the full experience of how Communism paraded itself as the eternal promise of equality and fooled nations, from Russia, to Ethiopia, Cuba, China, Cambodia, Vietnam, and North Korea to imprison and slaughter their own people by the millions.
Communism and socialism have been repackaged and are being sold to our children again by a new generation who are completely ignorant of the death and destruction propagated by enforced atheism.
The current mantra is that Communism is not bad, it was just implemented poorly. Universities, media, and Hollywood influencers try to convince our children that it can be better now than before, but the Victims of Communism Museum reminds us of how Communism was practiced by many different cultures and nations over a period of many decades and, in every single instance, it brought death and destruction.
Most importantly, the Victims of Communism Museum reminds us that in every single situation, without exception, Communism declared war against Christians. Communism was not just a political or economical change for a nation, but Communism demanded enforced atheism.
The amazing thing about the museum is that entry is free of charge.
The Victims of Communism Museum is in Washington DC and is just down the road from the Museum of the Bible, a fascinating adventure through the development of the Bible that we now have today.
For more information about the Victims of Communism Museum, click here.