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One of the oldest Holocaust Centers in the nation, this facility has a large permanent exhibit area, rotating exhibits of world-class Holocaust-related visual art, and regular community programming. Offerings include community observances of...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
851 N Maitland Ave, Located on the same campus of The Roth Family Jewish Community Center of Greater Orlando, Maitland, FL 32751-4426
On the grounds of the Jewish Academy of Orlando, it was a bit confusing to find because trees hide the sign from the street. Traveling South on N. Maitland Ave, cross Highway 414 and turn into the first parking lot on the right (at the...More
When you first enter, you don't expect there will be much, but there's so much information packed throughout the building. The Medicine exhibit was eye opening, and depressing (what about the Holocaust isn't depressing). I highly recommend this for anyone who needs or wants to...More
Go and spend time here. Sobering! Take your children! We must never forget the evil that is possible when evil takes over.
The museum is small but very informative. Well laid out. It was a little difficult to read a few displays because they were...More
The exhibit and events at the Holocaust Museum Center challenges anti-Semitism, and racism. "This small museum was founded by a lovely woman named Tess Wise, and was the first Holocaust memorial museum in the southeast, and one of the first of its kind in the...More
After visiting the Enzian Movie Theater, we searched Trip Advisor on what else to see in Maitland. We were glad we stopped at the Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center. It's small, but very informative. Two very nice young people met us at the door...More
After a long drive my expectations were met and then surpassed. while the exhibit was not very large I was still able to spend a few hours there and probably still missed something. I was very pleased with the layout of the artifacts and the...More
They tell the story of the holocaust in pictures with written narration, video, and audio podcast. Then they take it to another dimension by relating it to today to help people to identify political propaganda to manipulate public perceptions of a population of people, media...More
Response from MandyR1369 | Property representative |
Hi Terry, I'm an employee at the Holocaust Center. We don't have Survivors on staff, but from time to time our guest speakers are Survivors. Follow up on Facebook and check our website for upcoming programs that may fit... More
Hi Terry, I'm an employee at the Holocaust Center. We don't have Survivors on staff, but from time to time our guest speakers are Survivors. Follow up on Facebook and check our website for upcoming programs that may fit your needs.
It's been several years since I've been, I would say it's pretty small but the content and knowledge learned there was superior to what I've seen in the more public sector facilities. I'm late getting to this question and... More
It's been several years since I've been, I would say it's pretty small but the content and knowledge learned there was superior to what I've seen in the more public sector facilities. I'm late getting to this question and apologize, hope you were able to enjoy it.