Holocaust Memorial, Miami Beach
Categories: Monuments, Tourist Spots
Holocaust Memorial commemorates those who perished in the Nazi atrocities. The memorial was formally established in 1985, and took its present shape in 1990. It’s a moving site where you can learn about the history of the Holocaust, see the names of victims on the Memorial Wall, and admire Kenneth Treister's symbolic statue of a hand reaching for the sky. Visitors are asked to show respect by acting and dressing for a quiet place of contemplation. Make a telephone reservation if you require additional amenities, such as a wheelchair. Add Holocaust Memorial to your Miami Beach travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Miami Beach vacation planner.
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Exceptional tribute to the millions who died .Well designed and thoughtful .Take some time to visit ,take your children and try to explain what happened .Pictorial displays are very moving .
A beautiful and impressive memorial, one of the more impressive ones I've seen, as an Israeli that travels a lot. It's a few minutes walk from the center of south beach, and should be paid a visit.
The great sculpture is seen from far away. It has been designed and sculted by the artist Kenetth Treister. Beautiful place, surrounded by corridors where people can imagine what was to look out from ... read more »
Very intriguing monument about the Holocaust. Their is a small walk around the monument where they start with explaining about the Second World War and the Holocaust. After that you can enter the monument itself by walking through a passage in which a lot of concentration and extermination camps are marked. Inside are a lot of names from the people who've died during this horrible event. Not so recommended for small children. They have restrooms too, so that's pretty convenient.
Fernando De Araujo / FDA
Such touching place, remarkable and at the same time soulful. Gorgeous area to walk around and think about world history. In fact it's a small space. This memorial has many sculptures and is very informative. You can visit the memorial along with the Botanical Garden, which is next door, and then head out to visit other attractions. *****
Going to this place makes you feel for the lost one during these terrible acts.. excelent memorial
Impressive and solemn. Certainly a place for reflection and remembrance. I highly recommend.
Beautiful memorial to survivors of mankind's darkest moments. The plaques, statues and calming water offers a respectful, serene atmosphere to reflect. Places like this reminds of the horrors of intolerance and something like this must not be allowed to happen again.
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