Since the Holocaust Museum asked people not to play Pokemon Go at the museum, people should be respectful of the museum's request. The museum is intended to be a place for solemn reflection. Playing phone games in the museum is disrespectful for the same reasons you wouldn't play phone games at a funeral.
Yes, people should stop playing Pokmon Go at the Holocause Museum in Washington DC out of a sense of respect. Memorials are places where people go to grieve and remember somber episodes of our collective history. As such, they should be regarded as sacred places, and should be kept free of games like Pokemon Go.
Yes, people should stop playing Pokemon Go at the Holocaust Museum in Washington D.C. It is very disrespectful to do so when it is a place for people to come to learn and to remember and respect Holocaust victims. There should be a rule regarding cell phone use to prevent the playing of Pokemon Go.
One of the great features of Pokemon Go is the ability to learn about places of a city. Asking them to remove these, or stop playing at certain locations would remove this quality of the game. It is a great way for people to learn new topics that they previously did not know about.