Landmark

The Holocaust Memorial in Miami Beach is one of the most moving institutions of its kind. With world-renowned Holocaust museums in New York City, Berlin and Israel, the one here is always appreciated as a lesser-known gem that provides South Florida’s rich Jewish community a space for remembrance and honor. It’s open every day of the year from 930am to sunset.

Neighborhood

The Holocaust Memorial in Miami Beach is l Within walking distance of all of the prime Miami Beach attractions, the Holocaust Memorial in Miami Beach is conveniently located in Mid Beach just over a mile from the Winter Haven Hotel.

What to Do

Visitors of the Holocaust Memorial in Miami Beach can choose between taking a self-guided or group tour. Group reservations must be made at least two weeks ahead of time, and self-guided ones can be taken on a walk-in basis with a complimentary brochure.

The memorial is a gorgeous, outdoor, sprawling garden centered around a pond adorned with water lilies and the sculpture of a giant hand reaching up towards the sky. Throughout the rest of the space there are historic pictures, more sculptures depicting the hardships of victims and quotes inscribed into stone from pivotal figures like Anne Frank. A comprehensive space with a balance of artful reinterpretation and cold history, the Holocaust Memorial in Miami Beach is a must-visit for everyone who travels down here.

Miami Beach Holocaust Memorial
Address: 1200 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Website: holocaustmemorialmiamibeach.org
Twitter: @HolocaustMem