Exhibits

We invite you to visit our museum.

All of our exhibitions showcase significant events in history and how they are relevant to us today. Our permanent collection tells an important story and our traveling exhibitions are brought in from world class institutions to provide you with a thought provoking experience.

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Permanent Exhibits

The Holocaust Center features three historical permanent exhibits. When visiting, you will enter into our front room gallery where you will see the Holocaust history and stories through artifacts, videos, text, photographs, and artwork. Visitors have an opportunity to listen to the recorded testimonies of several Holocaust Survivors who settled in Central Florida.

As you continue moving through the museum, you will view Displaced Person, which traces the journey of Oswald “Valdik” Holzer, a Czech Jewish doctor. Dr. Holzer’s story is an uncommon reminder that even amidst the most destructive moments in human history, during assimilation into unfamiliar territory, inspiring decisions can be made to devote one’s heart, hand, and mind to protect and enhance the common good of humanity.

Our final permanent exhibit is called Behind The Bookcase which is a virtual reality experience transporting you to the Secret Annex where Anne Frank and her family hid from the Nazis.

To learn more about these exhibits, please click below:

Coming Soon!

Uprooting Prejudice is an exhibition being curated by the Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center of Florida. This exhibit will focus on the hope-filled activism of Daryl Davis. His question, “How can you hate me when you don’t even know me?” became a conversation starter and life changer after an encounter with a member of the Ku Klux Klan in the 1980’s.

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Our exhibits and programs are sponsored in part by the Orange County Government through the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program, United Arts of Central Florida, home of OrlandoAtPlay.com and UAArtsEd.com, the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture.