Two young men in Phnom Penh, Cambodia have opened a cafe known as the Khmer Rouge Experience Cafe. The purpose of the cafeteria is to serve as a reminder of the atrocities suffered by the Cambodian people at the hands of Pol Pot. It's designed to give the diner a glimpse into the world of 1975 Cambodia, complete with music hailing the overthrow of the U.S. backed leader of the time.
This is one of those ideas, I think, that might sound like a good idea, but isn't. While I encourage people to know their history, lest they be subject to it repeating, I don't think I could stomach a reliving of the experience myself. I can appreciate now how horrible it must have been for those who endured it; I don't see what more I could gain from subjecting myself to the situation.