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In addition to offering our self-guided Audio Tours on tablets at the Museum, you may also download the tour to your mobile phone prior to your visit. Simply click on the appropriate logo below for a download link.

The Holocaust: A Medically-Driven Genocide

The program will discuss how the leading Physicians and Scientists in Germany designed, organized, supervised, and implemented programs of Genocide.

There is no charge to attend, but donations are welcome. Reservations are required. You can attend either in person or on Zoom.

Public Docent-led Tours are now available on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays. RSVP and pre-payment required

Click the button below for more information on reservations and ticket purchase

Triumph of Resistance was a great success!

Thanks to all the attendees and generous Sponsors of Triumph of Resistance. The event was a resounding success, raising nearly $200,000 for our Holocaust Education programs!

Many thanks to our special guest speaker, Ruth Bielski Ehrreich, for her moving presentation about her father, Tuvia Bielski and the heroic Bielski Partisan group. And to Bonita Springs Charter School teacher Audree Torrez for her comments on the impact our Holocaust Education programs have had on her students.

We'll share photos from the event soon!”

***Save The Date for Triumph 2025***
Tuesday, March 4, 2025
Arthrex Conference Center

GenShoah Meeting

Stories from Children of Survivors

The GenShoah SWFL group welcomes children and grandchildren of Holocaust Survivors. It provides special programs and get-togethers connecting 2nd generation (2G) and 3rd (3G) generation families living in or spending time in SWFL.

GenShoah Meeting

Check out our virtual tours and other videos on YouTube

Visit our YouTube channel to view virtual tours and other videos including a six-part series commemorating the 75th anniversary of Liberation.

The Boxcar Project

The Boxcar Project

The Boxcar has visited over 90 locations in South Florida, including elementary, middle and high schools, colleges and universities, churches and synagogues, Museums, public libraries, the Naples airport and a regional air show. The Boxcar Exhibit is on loan to the Museum from F.E. and Jack Nortman and The Boxcar Foundation.

The Boxcar Project

Our Mission

Teach the lessons of the Holocaust to inspire action against bigotry, hatred, and violence.

We do this through:

  • Displaying artifacts and photographs which tell the individual stories within the larger history of the Holocaust;
  • Providing Educational programs and activities to students at all grade levels;
  • Presenting general public programs and exhibits that highlight elements of our collection and stories related to the Holocaust and other genocides;

Support the Museum

As a not-for-profit museum, we rely on grants, donations, and memberships to fund our operations. Your support makes a difference!

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