Plan Your Visit
Tour admission is free for all with appointment. However, if a Survivor is requested for your tour we ask that you arrange for their transportation.
The tour is not recommended for children under the age of 10.
Parking is available in the main lot. Simply pull onto NW 3rd street and continue along our building till you reach the main gate. Here you will see parking. Please park and ring the intercom beside the glass double doors and one of our Staff Members will be happy to greet you.
Restrooms are located in the main Exhibit Gallery.
Firearms, including without limitation handguns, shotguns and rifles (whether concealed or openly carried) are prohibited on the Center premises. (see FL Law)
The Center is wheelchair-accessible
All large bags, backpacks, briefcases, and packages must be checked upon arrival. All hand carried items are subject to inspection.
Hours of Operation
The Holocaust Documentation and Education Center is open to the public Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Museum tours are available by appointment only.
For more information
Online Programming for Teachers, Students and the Community
Deputy Consul General of Israel in Miami, Kasa Bainesay-Harbor and three of our Survivors, Magda Bader, Norman Frajman and Judy Rodan discuss “from darkness to light, from the Holocaust to Israel”.
Emmy Award-winning writer, producer, and author Yvette Manessis Corporon scours the globe to track down the Jewish family that her Greek Orthodox grandmother saved from the Holocaust in 1944.
When Pennsylvanian teen Jane Bomberger and American exchange student Robert Harlan learned about Nazi persecution of Jews, they wanted to take action.