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The Museum to Close through 2024 for Construction

Starting July 22nd, the Museum will be closed to prepare for Thor and other exciting changes.

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55 Fifth Street South
St. Petersburg, FL 33701

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The Florida Holocaust Museum, a service provider contracted by the Florida Department of Education, invites you to use our dynamic lessons and curriculums about the Holocaust, genocide, and character education.

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Search the Permanent Collection

The Museum’s collections are made up of materials donated to us by survivors, liberators, and their families and document their experiences during the Holocaust. Search the collection to find out more.

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WE SHARE THE SAME SKY The Retelling of Family History Becomes the History Itself

We Share The Same Sky is an exhibition that tells the story of Holocaust survivor Hana Dubová and her granddaughter, Rachael Cerrotti, who spent more than a decade retracing her grandmother’s wartime history. You will meet people of the past and present who show us how the retelling of family history becomes history itself. The exhibition is told in Rachael’s and the included correspondence, photographs, and other media were documented by her or found in her grandmother’s archive. This exhibition aims to encourage all of us to be curious about where we come from and why it matters. Hana asks what her story means to the next generation and Rachael does her best to find out.

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Babyn Yar and the Art of Felix Lembersky

Yelena Lembersky will speak about her grandfather’s paintings, his journey from Poland and Ukraine to Russia, and his life of resistance to the erasure of Jewish memory. She will also talk about her critically-acclaimed memoir, Like a Drop of Ink in a Downpour, growing up as a child-refusenik, while her mother and grandmother took on the mission and tremendous risks to save this timeless art.

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