The Museum will be temporarily closed Saturday, March 14 for two weeks. We will re-evaluate additional closures during that time. Check back for the latest updates.

Annual Community Commemoration of Kristallnacht

Saint John the Evangelist Catholic Church 625 111th Ave N, Naples

All are invited to attend the annual commemoration of Kristallnacht. The "Night of Broken Glass" is considered by many historians as the beginning of the Holocaust in Germany. The event is sponsored by the Catholic-Jewish Dialogue of Collier County, and is free of charge and open to the public. Special Note to all Survivors, children […]

Stories of the Holocaust

Holocaust Museum & Cohen Education Center 975 Imperial Golf Course Blvd., Naples

Museum Education Assistant David Nelson will present a series of five lectures at the Museum on the theme “Stories of the Holocaust”. Each presentation will provide little-known background information on historical photos or figures of the Holocaust. The series is open to the public, free of charge, but RSVP is requested.  RSVP NOW. Wednesday, November […]

The Luncheon with Music of Hope and Remembrance

The Ritz-Carlton Beach Resort 280 Vanderbilt Road , Naples

11:00 - 11:45 am Mimosa Reception for Sponsors only 11:45 am – 1:30 pm The Luncheon and a performance by Voices of Naples inspired by the imprisoned musicians and chorus members who performed Verdi’s opera Requiem for the International Red Cross’s visit to Theresienstadt in 1944. THERE ARE SOME TICKETS LEFT BUT YOU MUST CONTACT THE MUSEUM […]


“Boys of Terezin” Screening

Temple Shalom, Naples 4630 Pine Ridge Rd., Naples

“The Boys of Terezin” shows how five Holocaust Survivors, a boys choir and a chamber music group unite to tell the story of the creation of Vedem - the secret weekly concentration camp journal created by teenage boys imprisoned in Terezin. After the screening, a selection of music featured in the film will be performed by FGCU […]


“Defiant Requiem” Screening

Holocaust Museum & Cohen Education Center 975 Imperial Golf Course Blvd., Naples

This Event is SOLD OUT. Sorry – no waiting list. International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Screening of Defiant Requiem. “Defiant Requiem” chronicles a trip by modern American conductor Murry Sidlin and a chorus to the site of the June, 1944 performance of Verdi’s Requiem. Performed by the prisoners of the Theresienstadt (Terezin) concentration camp for their […]


Triumph with Dr. Ruth Westheimer

Grey Oaks Country Club 2400 Grey Oaks Dr N, Naples

Monday, March 2, 2020 at Grey Oaks Country Club in Naples in Naples The event begins with a Sponsor and Patron Reception at 5 pm followed by dinner and the program with Dr. Ruth Westheimer at 6 pm. Sponsorship Opportunities Remembrance Sponsor $15,000 (Fair Market Value “FMV” $1,300) 10 tickets to the Patron Reception 10 […]


New Two-Part Lecture Series – “Eugenics, Experiments, Ethics:  Nazi Germany, Japan and the United States

Holocaust Museum & Cohen Education Center 975 Imperial Golf Course Blvd., Naples

This Event is SOLD OUT Dr. Stuart Mest will present a lecture series on the medical atrocities performed on innocent victims during World War II. Experiments conducted in both the European and Pacific theaters of the war will be discussed. Dr. Mest is currently a Docent and Educator with the Holocaust Museum & Cohen Education […]


“Footsteps of My Father” Screening

Holocaust Museum & Cohen Education Center 975 Imperial Golf Course Blvd., Naples

Screening of Footsteps of My Father. Program will be in Perry Switzen's honor. Footsteps of My Father explores the heroism of Master Sgt. Roddie Edmonds in saving the lives of 200 Jewish American soldiers during the Second World War. The documentary was just recognized with a prestigious Award of Excellence Special Mention by The Best […]


Elliott Katz 2020 Lecture Series

Hodges University Naples Campus, John White Community Room 2647 Professional Circle, Naples

The Holocaust Museum & Cohen Education Center and Hodges University have partnered to present the 2020 Elliott Katz Lectures. This popular series is 6 lectures that explore topics related to the Holocaust. The lectures will be at Hodges University’s Naples Campus in the John White Community Room, 2647 Professional Circle, Naples Tickets to each lecture are $35 […]


Nazi Looted Art Lecture Series with Ellaine Rosen

Holocaust Museum & Cohen Education Center 975 Imperial Golf Course Blvd., Naples

"There was no more prodigious acquirer of art than Adolf Hitler. The trouble was the art he acquired belonged to somebody else." Join Ellaine Rosen, Holocaust Museum & Cohen Education Center and Baker Art Museum Docent for a fascinating series of four lectures about the greatest art theft in history, which led to the greatest […]