The Florida Holocaust Museum honors the memory of millions of innocent men, women and children who suffered or died in the Holocaust. The Museum is dedicated to teaching the members of all races and cultures the inherent worth and dignity of human life in order to prevent future genocides.
The Museum is home to the permanent exhibition: History, Heritage and Hope, which uses original artifacts, historical photographs and documents to tell the story of the Holocaust with a special emphasis on the personal stories of local survivors.
While The Museum focuses on the history of persecution of Jews during the Holocaust, we also teach about the persecution of other victim groups by the Nazi regime: Roma and Sinti, Slavs, the disabled, homosexuals, Jehovah’s Witnesses, political opponents, and others.
98 total per group
Virtual via Zoom
Museum Guide for Educators - This Museum Guide is designed to help educators prepare their students for a meaningful experience during a visit at The Florida Holocaust Museum and includes pre-visit activities, ways to incorporate a Museum visit into your curriculum and connections to Florida Standards
Witness to History Guide - This Guide complements The Florida Holocaust Museum’s exhibition “Witness to History: The Holocaust Remembered by Florida Survivors.” The physical exhibition can be requested at no cost by schools throughout the state of Florida at [email protected] or accessed online. It is built around the Museum’s permanent exhibition and can be used by teachers who introduce Holocaust history to their students for the first time or for more advanced studies.
Reservation Link Coming Soon!
Tours are not scheduled until you receive a confirmation email from the Tour Coordinator and have signed a confirmation letter.
Reservation requests should be made at least 30 days in advance.