As a one-of-a-kind Holocaust memorial, the Holocaust Center houses both permanent and traveling exhibits to communicate the history and lessons of the Holocaust. Visit the museum free of charge.
The museum primarily offers self-guided tours, but larger groups may schedule a docent-led visit. Email us your request for a guided tour, including the requested day and time, and we will communicate our availability with you. You can also download our audio tour below:Tour on iPhone Tour on Android
Monday — Thursday: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: Noon – 4 p.m.
The Center hosts some programs after normal hours. View upcoming events for specific hours.
If you’re looking for specific information about any of our programs just call us at 407-628-0555 during regular business hours.
We are closed on the following holidays throughout 2020:
Every year, the Center hosts free community programs for the public in commemoration of Kristallnacht, the “night of broken glass”, and Yom HaShoah, the Day of Remembrance.
Upstanders: Stand Up To Bullying is our bullying prevention program based on the stories of Rescuers during the Holocaust. The program provides middle school students with the tools they need to stand up and speak out when they witness bullying.
The Holocaust Center is located next door to the Jewish Community Center in Maitland, Fla. Follow the driving directions to visit us today.
Get on I-4 East. Follow I-4 East to FL-414 E/Maitland Blvd in Maitland. Take exit 90A from I-4. Travel east to Maitland Avenue (about 1.5 miles from I-4). Turn right onto Maitland Avenue, then immediately turn right into our parking lot.
Total 25 miles, about 45 minutes
Get on I-4 W. Follow I-4 West to FL-414 E/Maitland Blvd in Maitland. Take exit 90 from I-4. Travel east to Maitland Avenue (about 1.5 miles from I-4). Turn right onto Maitland Avenue, then immediately turn right into our parking lot.
Total 45 miles, about 50 minutes
The Holocaust Center is located nearest the intersection of Maitland Ave. and Maitland Blvd., next to The Jewish Community Center.
If you need assistance finding the entrance please call the Holocaust Center at (407) 628-0555.