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Holocaust Memorial-Miami Beach
Sculpture Museum
Today 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
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1933-1945 Meridian Ave Miami, FL 33139
1933-1945 Meridian AveUSFLMiami33139
(305) 538-1663holocaustmmb.org
Sculpture MuseumToday 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmSunday 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
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Memorial to Holocaust victims including a photo mural, sculpture garden & contemplation dome.- Google
People talk about concentration camps, world war ii, ocean drive, art deco district and bass museum of art
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Jamberê Cerqueira
reviewed 3 months ago
Good place to visit, but the pool stinks just like Ocean Drive
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karl waelder
reviewed 2 years ago
An early morning walk to Miami Beach's Holocaust Memorial allowed me to reflect on it's message in near solitude. This turned out to be a blessing as Kenneth Treister's work is deeply moving. Set in lightly colored stone and rising from the midst of a reflecting pond, the memorial's central element is striking. Entering the site, one walks past panels telling the story of Hitler's campaign against the Jews. One then comes to an entry alcove, topped by a Star of David styled after patches worn by Jewish prisoners of the third reich. Passing through the alcove, one walks through a seemingly crooked and bent corridor, reminded of concentration and death camps before stepping into the central memorial... blinded as one transitions from the dim corridor. Here, sculptures speak to abandonment and anguish... pleas left unanswered. Surrounded by panels having the names of fallen, one is reminded with each "and one child" or "and three children" of the countless unnamed souls taken from this world. It is a deeply moving memorial, eliciting reverence for those lost, sorrow for humanity's failings and hopes for an end to suffering. Exiting through that same crooked and bent corridor, one finds an eternal flame and a verse from scripture which rings to strength... no matter what one's faith. My deepest thanks to those responsible for bringing us this memorial.
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Minh T. Nguyen
reviewed a year ago
While this is a small memorial, both the architecture itself as well as the information and pictures provided of the Holocaust is worth the visit. Quite a humbling experience.
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Honey Campoy
reviewed 10 months ago
S Ghraib Deeensure
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Robert Isacovici
reviewed 2 years ago
As the son of a survivor I never had an opportunity to know my grandparents, 1 uncle and 2 aunts, all lost to the Auschwitz chambers. This place brings a degree of spiritual comfort in knowing that their plight and struggles somehow will be remembered for posterity. A superb work of art that will remind future generations of one of the darkest times in mankind history.
Jayden Barth
reviewed a year ago
Lots of information! Very interesting. Lots of names.