Holocaust Museum & Learning Center

The Holocaust Museum & Learning Center preserves the legacy of the Holocaust, educates about its causes and empowers visitors to make the world a more tolerant place by rejecting all forms of hate, racism and bigotry.

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Our exhibits and programs, plus personal accounts of survivors, deepen understanding of the Holocaust.

Survivor Stories

Learn about the Holocaust from those who lived it. Read inspirational stories from survivors who immigrated to St. Louis.

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Learn more about our free of charge Museum, tours, exhibits and programs.

Holocaust History

Learning Holocaust history is key to understanding its causes.

Teaching the Holocaust

From teacher workshops to age appropriate reading recommendations, we have a variety of tools to enhance the classroom experience.

Support Our Mission

Your donations allow us to offer free museum admission, thought-provoking exhibits and educational programs.

What’s Happening at HMLC

 

Current Exhibit -Untold Sacrifices: The St. Louis Jewish Community in the Great War

Date: November 5 – December 31, 2017
LocationThe J’s Staenberg Family Complex, Fitness & Wellness Building, 2 Millstone Campus Drive, St. Louis, MO 63146
This exhibition honors those in the St. Louis Jewish community who served abroad, for both the Allies and the Central Powers, and on the home front during WWI. Whether they fought in the Western Front trenches or in Palestine, helped raise funds through the United War Work Campaign or were part of the medical corps, they all played a role in the “War to End All Wars.”

Restored Yiddish Film, A Brivele der Mamen, to Screen at HMLC

The next film in the Sandra and Mendel Rosenberg Sunday Afternoon Film Series will be A Brivele der Mamen (A Letter to Mother), screening at 1:00 pm on November 26 in the Holocaust Museum’s theater at the Jewish Federation of St. Louis Kopolow Building, 12 Millstone...

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Holocaust Survivor Featured Speaker at Temple Emanuel

Mr. Steen Metz will present his testimony, “My Story: Surviving the Holocaust,” on Friday, November 3 at 7:00 pm at Temple Emanuel, 12166 Conway Road, 63141, as part of their Sabbath services. Born and raised in Denmark, Mr. Metz and his parents were deported to...

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