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  • Holocaust Museum & Education Center of SW Florida Naples, Florida USA. Must Do Visitor Guides.

The Holocaust Museum & Cohen Education Center in Naples, FL

Holocaust and World War II Educational Exhibits

View meaningful exhibits on Holocaust and WWII history, and the personal stories of Southwest Florida residents who are Holocaust Survivors and Liberators.

Holocaust Museum & Cohen Education Center in Naples, Florida presents a chronological display of Holocaust and World War II history, pre-war through the post-war Nuremberg Trials through artifacts, documents, and original photographs. Many of the artifacts have been donated or permanently loaned by local area Holocaust Survivors, Camp Liberators, WWII veterans and other dedicated people.

In addition to its permanent displays, the Museum also presents temporary exhibits, films, lectures and special events throughout the year; visit their website for schedule and details.

Explore this thought-provoking museum with a docent-led or self-guided tour using their smartphones or tablets. School and group tours are available by appointment with a Holocaust Survivor speaker if requested.

A variety of age-appropriate Student Education programs are offered for grades k-12 and college/university, helping teachers fulfill the Florida State Education Department Mandate to teach about the Holocaust. Over 175,000 students in six SWFL counties have participated in Museum programs since its founding in 2001.

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Traveling Boxcar Exhibit

The Museum’s unique traveling boxcar exhibit has been seen by over 90,000 SWFL residents since its introduction in 2008. Built in 1919 and used during World War II, it is on loan to the Museum from Jack and F.E. Nortman and The Boxcar Foundation. It has traveled to schools, churches, synagogues, public libraries and other community locations.

The Museum is wheelchair accessible. Wheelchairs are not provided.

NOTE: Due to the graphic and sensitive nature of the Holocaust Museum & Cohen Education Center exhibits it is not recommended for children under the age of 12. However, the final decision in the hands of the parent or guardian.

Adults $10, Students ages 12 to 18 $5, Students under the age of 12 with parent/guardian approval are free. Members are accorded Free Admission with a valid Membership Card. Online timed-entry tickets are recommended.

Closed major US holidays.

The Holocaust Museum & Cohen Education Center’s mission is to teach the lessons of the Holocaust to inspire action against bigotry, hatred, and violence.