Holocaust Memorial - Miami Beach

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  • Address: 1933-1945 Meridian Ave, Miami, FL 33139, United States
  • Timings: 10:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-3055381663
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Memorial, Family And Kids, Sculpture

Holocaust Memorial - Miami Beach - Review

Miami was once where many Holocaust survivors took refuge. The memorial is testament to their suffering and tragic history. The memorial has seven areas namely, The Beginning, The Arbor history, A Garden of meditation, The Dome of Contemplation, The Lonely path, The Sculpture of Love and Anguish, The Series of Vignettes, Sensing Both Love and Fear, The Memorial Wall, The Final Sculpture and Never Shall We Forget.

The centrepiece of the memorial is the “The Sculpture of Love and Anguish”, a bronze sculpture of an outstretched human hand reaching out to the heavens. The Arbor of History is a series of black granite labs etched with holocaust history.

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Holocaust Memorial - Miami Beach Information

  • Please maintain solemnity when visiting here and keep noise levels low.
  • Bring hats, sunglasses, sun block and bottled water.
  • You may donate $2 USD for a self guided tour and brochure.
  • Eating, drinking and smoking are not permitted on the grounds of the Memorial.
  • Groups of 10 or more people must make a reservation.
  • Proper clothing, including shoes and shirts, is required.
  • Personal photography is permitted.
  • Pets are not allowed; however service animals are permitted.

Holocaust Memorial - Miami Beach Hours

  • The final time of admission is 10:00 pm.

How To reach Holocaust Memorial - Miami Beach by Public Transport

  • Bus: Meridian Av@19ST

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  • Holocaust Memorial - Miami Beach Address: 1933-1945 Meridian Ave, Miami, FL 33139, United States
  • Holocaust Memorial - Miami Beach Contact Number: +1-3055381663
  • Holocaust Memorial - Miami Beach Timing: 10:00 am - 09:00 pm
  • Holocaust Memorial - Miami Beach Price: Free
  • Best time to visit Holocaust Memorial - Miami Beach(preferred time): 10:00 am - 08:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Holocaust Memorial - Miami Beach: 01:00 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting Holocaust Memorial - Miami Beach

  • 58.01% of people who visit Miami include Holocaust Memorial - Miami Beach in their plan

  • 45.05% of people start their Holocaust Memorial - Miami Beach visit around 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Holocaust Memorial - Miami Beach

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92.56% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Holocaust Memorial - Miami Beach

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Holocaust Memorial - Miami Beach, Miami Reviews

  • The museum was part of a tour I was on to Miami. I've bn to other Holocaust Museums, but this one, although small, affected me more than the others, beginning with the sculpture of a hand. The figures were human like. There was also a gentleman at the museum who was a holocaust survivor. It was very interesting to listen to his stories. This was 2 yrs ago. Not sure he's still there It's a must see in Miami!

  • I used to love going to this place because of its Serene View and environment. Even though it's such a big place it is just teeming with people buses cars that it has lost its Serenity for me. I don't know what time of year to go there so that there's not so much traffic no more parking just too much but it is a discovery still for some people who go there but it's just too.

  • Visiting this memorial is a must-see for everyone. It is a powerful tribute to a terrible part of our world's history. It is peaceful and haunting at the same time. The piece in the middle can be seen from the street, but people should take the time to get out and walk through the memorial and view the names of the families who lost everything etched on the wall. People need to take the tunnel from the wall into the inner courtyard and take the time to read the names of the concentration camps and listen to the chanting. Powerful. Visit. Remember.

  • Free tours, very well informed staff. Lots of history. Glad to have stopped in.

  • Beautifully done!! Best to go during the daytime, i went more towards night and got bitten up by mosquitoes. Overall, very moving and informative. Free and spemt about 30min there reading and seeing it. Kudos to the creator.

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