One of the finest resources of its kind in the U.S., the St. Louis Holocaust Museum and Learning Center (HMLC) provides a chronological history of the Holocaust augmented with personal testimonies by survivors and witnesses who immigrated to St. Louis.
Photographs, artifacts, text panels, and audio-visual displays guide visitors through pre-World War II Jewish life in Europe, the rise of Nazism, events leading up to and including the Holocaust between 1933-1945, and post-War events.
Visitors may schedule a docent led tour for 10 or more people or take the self-guided audio tour to learn about this important event at their own pace.
The museum, a department of the Jewish Federation of St. Louis, is free and open to the public. The museum welcomes more than 30,000 students and visitors each year.