The Holocaust Museum & Learning Center is currently closed to protect our visitors and employees during the COVID-19 situation. We will remain closed as we begin our expansion this summer. All in person events have been postponed until further notice. We apologize for any inconvenience.
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Recent News from the HMLC
We offer free, guided 75-minute tours of the Museum every Sunday at 10:30 am.
RSVPs aren’t necessary, but for more information, call Lory Cooper at 314-442-3711.
Holocaust Museum & Learning Center encourages everyone to commemorate Yom HaShoah virtually this year
On April 12, 1951, the Israeli Knesset (parliament) proclaimed Yom HaShoah U’Mered Hagetaot (Holocaust and Ghetto Revolt Remembrance Day) to be the 27th of the Hebrew month of Nisan. The name later because known as Yom HaShoah VeHagevurah (Holocaust and Heroism...
The Holocaust Museum & Learning Center will be closed at least through March 31 in order to best protect the community, our volunteers, and our staff. We will be postponing previously announced events, including The Argentina Journal exhibit, the Jeremy Schonfeld...
2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the majority of the concentration/forced labor camps in Europe. The Picture of Unreality: Camp Liberation and Liberators exhibition will open April 2 and will highlight the liberated and the liberators. Drawn from...