St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum announces inaugural membership program


Artist’s rendering of the new St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum.

The St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum, which will reopen to the public Nov. 2 after undergoing a $21 million expansion, has created a new membership program and giving society.

Memberships start at $36 annually. All members receive complimentary admission to the permanent Holocaust exhibition, invitations to special exhibit previews, discounts at the museum gift shop and more.

“Here in St. Louis, we know that change begins with us,” said Helen Turner, director of education. “All of our members play a crucial role in helping to preserve this unique museum and enacting positive change in the region and beyond. We look forward to welcoming them to this special place later this year.”

In conjunction with the membership program, the museum is also launching its new annual campaign: the Guardians of Remembrance Society. Giving levels begin at $500 annually. Society members will receive all-access membership benefits as part of their contribution, with additional benefits included for higher levels.

Memberships are available for purchase on the museum’s website. Find out more online.