The permanent collection of The Florida Holocaust Museum includes material evidence that document the experiences of Holocaust Survivors and liberators who eventually settled in Florida and other areas of the United States. The collection includes artifacts, documents, photographs, testimonies and books. The Museum also collects contemporary artwork created in response to the Holocaust, other genocides and other human rights abuses.
The majority of the Museum’s collections has been donated by Holocaust Survivors, liberators and their families. The goal of Museum staff is to preserve this material and make it accessible to families, scholars and the general public.
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