Florida Holocaust Museum, St. Petersburg
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My husband and visited the museum...it was a great way to spend a few hours. It was so informative and so much to take in. It's not a large museum but we totally enjoyed listening to their docent who ... read more »
Compared to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C. and to similar museums in larger cities, the Florida Holocaust Museum is small with a more limited collection. However, this ... read more »
Very interesting museum . We took the tour there were sad things. It's small but we think everyone should see this . I think they should have more on display as far as Ziclion B and some of the ovens ... read more »
As the adult child of holocaust survivors, I found the Florida Holocaust Center to be a truly informative, intelligent presentation. The first floor permanent exhibit was very well organized and descriptive. Our docent, Anthony, was extremely knowledgeable, infornative, engaging and responsive. A thorough understanding of the circumstances surrounding the Holocaust and it's universal message of intolerance and it's tragic results is available. The third floor was rather sparse and covered pow camps in florida, however the individual wood carvings of victims really brought the tragedy home. The extensive photos on the second floor seemed to lack a flow of holocaust theme to me.
As much as I hated looking into the history of the Holocaust... I was grateful to see everything this fantastic museum has to offer. I pray that we never see persecution like this again in our lifetime, though I'm afraid we might.
Ryan von Steinen
I enjoyed my visit here, but I didn't plan enough time. There are hundreds of letters and stories from people there during the Holocaust, and from survivors that moved on. Fascinating, but if you like reading you'll need at least 2 hours here.
So lucky to have a place like this in Saint Petersburg. Very well put together and gives a very good history tour of the past. Was surprised to find out that there are actually three floors in this building.
Puppetmaster John noone
Was informative but it really only has one floor as far as i was concerned. 2nd floor is art work and 3rd is a big meeting room with some posters to read.
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