Florida Holocaust Museum
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 Florida Holocaust Museum is one of only three Holocaust Museums accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, voted '#1 Museum to Visit in St.Pete/Clearwater' by USA Today.
Inside the museum, your group is going to find one of a kind artifacts from the Holocaust and it's survivors, the museum using 'the lessons of the past to help create a better future for all'. It was first opened in 1989 with a focus on telling the story of the millions who have suffered or died through personal testimonies, official documents, photos, and artifacts.
Check out the permanent exhibits History, Heritage, and Hope and Kaddish in Wood: Woodcarvings by Dr. Herbert Savel during your visit, then head up to the 2nd floor and check out the temporary exhibits within the Janet Kohn and Larry Wasser Galleries. The 3rd floor holds more temporary exhibits as well as Kanes Furniture Hall and the Tolerance Education Center, which is the largest Holocaust and genocide library in the Southeast.