St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum

In honor of the survivors and in memory of the victims
Learn more about the major expansion project
The St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum uses the history and lessons of the Holocaust to reject hatred, promote understanding, and inspire change.


We are currently closed during the expansion project and apologize for any inconvenience. In the meantime, we welcome you to join us for virtual programs and events, including the Rosenberg Film Series.

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Purchase a Commemorative Paver

Beautiful custom engraved pavers will be installed in the brand-new Memorial Garden and outside of the Museum entrance in a scenic, patterned walkway. Just imagine your paver(s) engraved with your name or your loved one’s name as a celebration of the new Museum!


Our exhibits and programs, plus personal accounts of survivors, deepen understanding of the Holocaust.

Survivor Stories

Learn about the Holocaust from those who lived it. Read inspirational stories from survivors who immigrated to St. Louis.

Virtual Opportunities

Learn about the history of the Holocaust and its lessons from your own home or classroom.

Explore the Oral Histories

Over 140 recorded stories from Holocaust survivors, liberators, witnesses, and more
Listen to the Histories

Holocaust History

Learning Holocaust history is key to understanding its causes.

Teaching the Holocaust

From teacher workshops to age appropriate reading recommendations, we have a variety of tools to enhance the classroom experience.

Recent News from the Museum

We offer free virtual resources for educators to bring the history of the Holocaust to their classrooms. For more information, call Lory Cooper at 314-442-3711.