Plan Before You Go

The Florida Holocaust Museum is thrilled to reopen its doors! We have mindfully evaluated the best ways to keep our visitors safe as we welcome you back. We appreciate your adherence to our health and safety measures. We’ve installed hand sanitizing stations and social distancing reminders throughout the Museum, and upgraded our air-handling to CDC recommended filters. Masks are recommended but not required, except for groups and tours.


Tuesdays – Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Last admission at 4 p.m.

CLOSED for the following holidays:

  • Easter Sunday
  • Independence Day (July 4th)
  • From 2:00 p.m. on Eve of Rosh Hashanah and all day on Rosh Hashanah
  • From 2:00 p.m. on Eve of Yom Kippur and all day on Yom Kippur
  • Thanksgiving
  • From 2:00 p.m. on Christmas Eve and all day on Christmas Day
  • From 2:00 p.m. on New Year’s Eve and all day on New Year’s Day


Starting January 8th, parking at The Florida Holocaust Museum will be limited due to renovations which will include the construction of a new entrance with enhanced security features.

You can access the parking lot from 1st Ave S.

Additional parking at the following parking facilities in the vicinity of the Museum:

  • Sundial Parking Garage – 117 2nd St. N. Rate: $2/hour
  • Southcore Parking Garage – 101 1St Ave. S. Rate: $1/hour
  • 800 1st Ave. S. Lot – Rate: $3/day

Admission Prices

Adults – $20
Seniors (65+) – $15
Students under 18 – $10 (general visitors)
College students – $10
Veterans – $10
People with Disabilities – $10
Free Admission: Educators, Active U.S. Military, The FHM members, USF students with ID, children 6 and under.

Admission includes free parking when available.

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The FHM Mobile App

Listen to our audio tour, watch interviews with Holocaust Survivors, interact with artifacts, and much more!

Before your visit, access the web app here or download the app to your smartphone from the App Store or Google Play! Search for The Florida Holocaust Museum.

To listen to the audio tour while touring the Museum, please use personal headphones or earbuds.

Health and Safety

In accordance with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and local and state government recommendations, The Florida Holocaust Museum has implemented new health and safety measures for our visitors, members, volunteers, and staff. Below are important changes to help you plan your visit to The Florida Holocaust Museum.

  • Tickets can be purchased in advance before your visit. General Admission tickets can be pre-purchased online here.
  • Members need to register first to reserve your free ticket(s). You will find this in the upper right-hand corner of the ticketing page. If you have questions, please contact:
  • Please print or download your tickets to your smart phone and bring them with you when you visit.
  • Masks are recommended for visitors.
  • Please remember to socially distance during your visit – floor markers and signage will support this.
  • Parties should remain together, and children should remain with adults.
  • The museum will be amplifying our cleaning practices.
  • Our air filtration system has been updated with CDC recommended filters.
  • Hand sanitizing stations installed throughout the Museum.

We have set enhanced health and safety guidelines that you must follow while visiting The Florida Holocaust Museum. There is an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any public place where people are present. By visiting The Florida Holocaust Museum, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 and hold The Florida Holocaust Museum harmless for any and all consequences of your visit. See Terms and Conditions here.


The Florida Holocaust Museum is committed to the Americans with Disabilities Act by making our facility and programs accessible to all persons. If you have any special requirements, suggestions or recommendations, please do not hesitate to contact us and every reasonable accommodation shall be made. Wheelchairs are available at no charge at the security desk. For easy access, vehicles may use the Museum’s side door for persons with disabilities.
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Know Before You Arrive

  • Cellphones are permitted inside the Museum and we encourage you to use them to access our Mobile Guide App! We ask that you please use personal headphones to listen to the audio guide. Please DO NOT talk on the phone while inside the Museum.
  • Personal photography is permitted – without flash. However, filming is not permitted. Working members of the press or professional photographers need to contact or call 727-820-0100, extension 239.
  • Security measures at the Museum include X-ray for bags and walk-thru metal detectors/detection wands for visitors, Museum Security Officers and an armed Security Officer.
  • Weapons and firearms are not allowed in the Museum.
  • Smoking is not allowed in the Museum.
  • Please leave backpacks and large bags at home, your hotel or in your car, or they will be checked-in at admissions.
  • Food and drink (including bottled water) are not allowed on the gallery floors.
  • The handicapped visitor entrance and limited handicapped parking are located on the north side of the building.
  • The Museum galleries are kept at 68 to 72 degrees Fahrenheit and approximately 50% humidity, so please dress accordingly.
  • For lost items call our security office at 727-820-0100 extension 231.