St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum, Saint Louis

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The Holocaust Museum & Learning Center houses a 5,000 square foot core exhibition that provides a chronological history of the Holocaust with personal accounts of Holocaust survivors who immigrated to St. Louis. Photographs, artifacts, text panels, and audio-visual displays guide visitors through pre-war Jewish life in Europe, the rise of Nazism and events during the Holocaust between 1933-1945, post-war events including the Nuremberg Trials, and Jewish life after the Holocaust.
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  • As generations succeed one another, a knowledge and reverence of the Holocaust is paramount, less history repeats itself. As an advocate that has toured Dachau (later learned my Grandfather was the... 
    As generations succeed one another, a knowledge and reverence of the Holocaust is paramount, less history repeats itself. As an advocate that has toured Dachau (later learned my Grandfather was the...  more »
  • Important, thought provoking, heartbreaking, not words I would normally use to describe a museum but they all apply to this excellent little known St. Louis treasure. We got there just before a... 
    Important, thought provoking, heartbreaking, not words I would normally use to describe a museum but they all apply to this excellent little known St. Louis treasure. We got there just before a...  more »
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  • This museum is incredibly important to visit! We must learn from the evils of the past to keep them from happening again. Every time I have visited I have a very powerful experience. I always learn something new. I always see something I did not see before. The journey through the museum is powerful, painful and thankfully filled with triumph. I was blessed to be able to hear a Survivor speak on one visit. It is something that I will never forget, and will treasure for all my days. Please use caution when bringing young children, as images are very graphic.
  • Ms. Diane Peach was our guide at 10:30am it's free both tour and museum. It is packed with information and had several amazing pictures and artifacts. It has a section that has some graphic content not necessarily for children but it is still worth seeing. It is kid friendly and has a lot of content. They are looking to renovate and expand in the near future and I can't wait to see what they are adding.

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