The Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Florida

The Holocaust Museum as it’s called in Orlando displays the tragic events, including the encampment, torture, and genocide of millions that the Nazi Party considered a threat to them during World War II. At the museum visitors will find displays, pictures, time lines, and personal stories of the events that occurred. Orange County schools now bring students in year round to bring about awareness not only of the horrible events that occurred but in attempt to prevent future persecutions ranging from world war to the bullying incidents in the school yard. While it is a historical museum, the ultimate goal of the Holocaust Museum is to teach tolerance and harmony by illustrating past events and showing the consequences. The museum also hosts different exhibits, speakers, book writers, and historians year round. The Holocaust Museum can be found at the Jewish Community Center located in Maitland at the intersection of Maitland Avenue and Maitland Boulevard not too far from the Maitland Boulevard exit off of Interstate 4.


Monday-Thursday 9am-4pm
Fri 9am-1pm; Sun 1pm-4pm


851 North Maitland Avenue
Maitland, FL 32751

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