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Hours, Location & Pricing

Museum Address:
36 Millstone Campus Drive
St. Louis, MO 63146

The Museum’s regular hours are Wednesday-Sunday, 10 am – 4:30 pm. The last ticket is sold daily at 3:40 pm. Click Here to Purchase Tickets.

The St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum is a proud partner of Bank of America’s Museums on Us program. During the first full weekend of each month, Bank of America cardholders receive free admission. Details and exclusions here.

Ticket Prices:

Adults (18-64): $12
Seniors (65+): $10
Students (With valid ID): $10
Veterans: $10
Young Adults (10-17): $6
Survivors, members, and children under 10 are free.

Impact Lab:

Adults (18+): $3
Young Adults (10-17): $2
Members: $2
Children under the age of 10 are free.

The Museum is closed on the following holidays:

  • 1/1/24 New Year’s Day: Closed
  • 1/15/24 Martin Luther King Jr. Day: Closed
  • 3/31/24 Easter Sunday – Closed
  • 4/22/24 Passover Eve: Close at 2 pm
  • 4/23/24 Passover: Closed
  • 5/27/24 Memorial Day – Closed
  • 7/4/24 Independence Day: Closed
  • 9/2/24 Labor Day: Closed
  • 10/2/24 Rosh Hashanah Eve: Close at 2 pm
  • 10/3/24 Rosh Hashanah: Closed
  • 10/11/24 Yom Kippur Eve: Close at 2 pm
  • 10/12/24 Yom Kippur: Closed
  • 11/28/24 Thanksgiving: Closed
  • 12/24/24 Christmas Eve: Close at 2 pm
  • 12/25/24 Christmas: Closed
  • 12/31/24 New Year’s Eve: Close at 2 pm

Interested in scheduling a group tour? Please fill out the interest form below. Please allow us 7-10 days for us to respond to your inquiry. Interested in bringing your school group? Click here.

Group Tour Request Form

  • Please let us know if you anticipate small children in your group.
    Please select a minimum of one and a maximum of two.
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  • Please keep in mind that the Museum does not have a café or provide lunch/food for groups. All lunches must be provided by the group.

The St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum has been made possible in part by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities: Exploring the human endeavor. Any views, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities. (