Tickets now on sale at new St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum


Tickets are now on sale for the new St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum. After a two-year renovation and expansion, the Museum is set to reopen on Nov. 2.

Visitors can purchase adult tickets for $12 and young adult tickets (ages 10-17) for $6. The museum also offers discounts for seniors, veterans, and students. Holocaust survivors, museum members and children under the age 10 can access the museum for free.

“We cannot wait to welcome all of St. Louis back to this special place,” said Helen Turner, director of education. “The voices of St. Louis survivors, witnesses, and liberators echo throughout this Museum’s permanent Holocaust exhibition, and we know each and every visitor will be inspired and empowered by their powerful stories.”


The expanded St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum will include an all-new permanent Holocaust exhibition, classrooms, a performance auditorium, archives, and a special exhibit space. It will also include a new Impact Lab, which will challenge students, and all visitors, to reject hatred, promote understanding, and inspire change. In this highly interactive space, visitors will be empowered to consider contemporary issues and challenges through the lens of the Holocaust.


Tickets are available for purchase on the Museum’s website.