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Holocaust Memorial

1933 Meridian Ave # 1945, Miami Beach, FL 33139-1817
+1 305-538-1663
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Dedicated in 1990, Kenneth Treister's striking environmental memorial is dominated by the Sculpture of Love and Anguish, a 40-foot-tall outstretched hand, reaching to the sky.
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1933 Meridian Ave # 1945, Miami Beach, FL 33139-1817
+1 305-538-1663
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

For a public and free memorial, I was super impressed with the Miami Holocaust Memorial (free DC ones aren’t even as visually good as this , and the info and photos were awesome). I’m definitely glad that we visited this. I also felt like I...More

Thank Tamanisha J
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

You must see this when in south beach! Very moving - wonderfully done and kept, a good reminder for gratitude and freedom in our times! Easy enough to walk to via the boardwalk or Free Trolley buses that passes regularly.

Thank Coreen S
Reviewed 3 days ago

my husband and i spent about 90 minutes walking through this beautiful, haunting memorial; we found it informative, disturbing, and thoughtful

Thank DonaMatthews
Reviewed 4 days ago

A very moving memorial. With all the hustle and bustle of Miami Beach this is very reflective of a dark time in world history that is worth remembering. Only takes a hour but worth the stop.

Thank Napsterthecat
Reviewed 1 week ago

It is a very quite place with a terrible message. The main part of the memorial is the hand reaching into the sky but there is more than that. There are smaller sculptures and other items along the walkway walls. A reminder of what evil...More

Thank LGolden33324
Reviewed 1 week ago

moving tribute to the holocaust, .quiet, peaceful sculpture. very moving. very small information area. finding parking can be difficult.

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

What can you say about a monument dedicated to the 6 million Jews by the German regime? Definitely worth a visit that touches your heart strings and unfortunately serves as a reminder to us all of the horror that human beings are capable of. Go...More

Thank Lee V
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Took in a visit to this memorial and found it very moving. Information plaques detailing the atrocities that took place in Europe during the 2nd World War

Thank ackilbrider
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I live out of the country, so the chance to see something like this was amazing. I really enjoyed learning and remember the lives and families of those affected.

Thank lucaalfaro
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Moving. Poignant. Hope they expand this place and bring more events and community efforts surrounding this place. This is important vital and key to remember history.

Thank shayshay321
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Barbara B
14 March 2016|
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Response from MichaelWCole | Property representative |
There is no charge for admission, however, we do accept donations. There is a city parking lot adjacent to the Memorial.