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Holocaust Memorial- Attractions in Miami

The Miami Holocaust Museum is an important Miami attraction located in Miami Beach. It's a deeply moving illustration of the holocaust, with its large reflecting pool, and various tragic sculptures of Holocaust victims. You will learn all about the Holocaust through a photography gallery in the Arbor of History, and plaques dedicated to the millions of Holocaust victims.

You can also experience the horror of gas chambers in the dome of contemplation, and contemplate Kenneth Treister's masterpiece of the sculpture of Love and Anguish that reaches to the sky and has over a hundred life-size human sculptures holding on to it.

The best time to go to the Miami Holocaust Memorial is during the day so you can fully experience the museum without missing a thing. Early evenings are also a great time to visit with the eerily beautiful memorial lights and the sunset, making the memorial even more moving. Operating hours for the memorial are everyday 9 am to sunset. Since the memorial is completely outdoors you will want to choose a day when it's not raining. Admission to the memorial is free for everyone.

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The Miami Holocaust Memorial built to remember, built to not forget

It's a moving experience which also provides you with a lot of information about the Holocaust and the plight of its victims. The most tragic part of the memorial is Kenneth Treister's sculpture of Love and Anguish which stretches to the sky and has over a hundred life-sized sculptures.

If you want to learn about the history of the Holocaust, check out the photography in the circular Arbor of History, and read the many panels that have the names of Holocaust victims and a lot of information. Go through the Lonely Path and hear the voices of Jewish children singing, and the names of concentration camps. Note that if you're driving to the memorial, parking can be a bit difficult to find.

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The Miami Holocaust Memorial and the magic of light

The Miami Holocaust Memorial is located on 1933-1945 Meridian Avenue in Miami Beach. If you are driving to the Memorial from North, you should take I-95 South to Exit 4, Get on 195 east to Miami Beach, get off at Alton Road South Exit and follow it to 17th Street, then turn left and go to Meridian Avenue, and finally turn left and go two blocks to 19th Street. If you're coming from the South, take I-95 North to 395 East, go to Meridian Avenue, and turn left and go to 19th Street.

If you want to take public transportation to the memorial, you will have to embark on the L, G, and Electronic buses and get off on 19th Street near the Garden Center. The Miami Holocaust Museum is open to the public and free to enter. Senior citizens visiting the memorial using buses can ride for free using their Miami Dade Transit golden passport.

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The Miami Holocaust Memorial is an oasis for meditation and spirituality

The Miami Holocaust Memorial is a perfect destination for budget travelers. Admission is free and the memorial is open every day of the week. The Memorial is not too far from the Art Deco district in South Beach and you can get a lot of cheap eats like in La Sandwicherie, Pizza Rustica and Rice House of Kabob. High end travelers can indulge in many expensive restaurants such as Prime One Twelve and Nobu.

The Miami Holocaust Museum is a must see for anyone coming to Miami. It delivers a poignant experience of the Holocaust that is important part of history. However, keep in mind that young children might find the sculptures and the haunting singing voices of children in the Lonely Path disturbing.

The Holocaust Memorial in Miami Beach commemorates the 6 million Jews that suffered and died during the Second World War. The famous sculpture portraying the millions of victims stands tall in the middle of the museum where locals, visitors, and pass-byers can remember the historic events.

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The Miami Holocaust Memorial one FREE and unique attaction in Miami and Miami Beach

Every design of the building leading to the main sculptures contains a history and symbol. Visit the Holocaust Memorial and discover for yourself the essence of this wonderful creation in an attempt to never forget this episode of history.

Originally opened in Fall 1984 by war survivors, the Holocaust Memorial seeked to establish a permanent committee becoming a non-profit organization a year later. After years of planning and developing, it was opened to the public. Since 1990, the Memorial continues to maintain the light of memory in honor of the victims while also developing cultural and educational programs for the community.


1933-1945 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139


(305) 538- 1663
(305) 538- 2423


Opened daily from 9am- 9pm



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