The Museum is now open in its new location. We are open Tuesday - Friday, 12:30 — 5:00 p.m. and Saturday & Sunday, 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Painting the Irena Sendler Story

Painting the Irena Sendler Story features the beautiful original paintings illustrator/artist Bill Farnsworth created for the children's book Irena Sendler and The Children of The Warsaw Ghetto, by author Susan Goldman Rubin. He and Ms. Rubin have teamed up to create several children's books dealing with the Holocaust and World War II. The Irena book […]

Resettling and Rebuilding: Displaced Persons in Post WWII Europe

January 9 through May 27, 2018 Resettling and Rebuilding: The Displaced Persons in Post-War Europe explores the tumultuous period across the continent following World War II. Millions of refugees who were on the move had their homes destroyed in the fighting, or had fled their homes in war-torn territories. Still others, like the Jews and […]

“I Witness”

"I Witness" features the dramatic black and white portraits of local SWFL residents who are Holocaust Survivors, Camp Liberators and Witnesses. The specially-commissioned photographic portraits were created by photographer Erik Kellar for the Museum's 10th Anniversary. The people portrayed are those whose stories we share with students in our Education programs and Museum visitors. These […]

Violins of Hope

November 14 to January 18 Violins of Hope: The book Violins of Hope tells the remarkable stories of violins played by Jewish musicians during the Holocaust, and of the Israeli violinmakers, Amnon and Avshalom Weinstein, dedicated to bringing these inspirational instruments back to life. The exhibit will feature photographs and stories of musicians, their instruments […]

Violins of Hope

November 14 to January 18 Violins of Hope: The book Violins of Hope tells the remarkable stories of violins played by Jewish musicians during the Holocaust, and of the Israeli violinmakers, Amnon and Avshalom Weinstein, dedicated to bringing these inspirational instruments back to life. The exhibit will feature photographs and stories of musicians, their instruments […]

Museum Closed

The museum will be closed in observance of Memorial Day

Marching in America: Fascists, Nazis, and White Nationalists Past and Present

On display from January 20 through June 9 Marching in America: Fascists, Nazis, and White Nationalists Past and Present details the homegrown fascist movements and their modern descendants. The exhibit highlights the developments of fascist and neo-Nazi movements within the United States. Beginning with Italian and German movements of the 1920s and the 1930s, Marching […]

“The Holodomor – A Look Back at Stalin’s 1932-1933 Genocide in the Ukraine

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

The Holodomor is the little-known genocide in which millions of Ukrainians were starved to death on the orders of Josef Stalin. The unnecessary and artificial "famine" was brought about by Stalin's draconian harvest regulations. The measures were intended to pressure and punish Ukrainians refusing to relinquish their family farms to the Soviet farm collectivization plan. […]

Art & Propaganda in Nazi-Occupied Holland

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

On display from January 2, 2020 through March 31, 2020 We are pleased to present a special new exhibit – Art & Propaganda in Nazi-Occupied Holland. The exhibit will be on display in The Estelle and Stuart Price Gallery now through March 31, 2020. Art & Propaganda in Nazi-Occupied Holland was developed and is distributed […]