Visit the Memorial - General Information
Admission to the Memorial is free.
It is open to the public 365 days a year beginning at 10:00 am and closing at sunset every day.
Click here for Group Admission and Tour Information
Directions, Transportation and Parking
The Memorial is located at 1933 -1945 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139. Please use the address 1933 Meridian Avenue when using a GPS or MapQuest.
City metered parking is available on Elie Wiesel Way (also called 19th Street) or in the parking lot on Elie Wiesel Way (19th Street), which is directly behind the Memorial. Additional municipal parking is available on 17th Street at the Miami Beach 17th Street Garage - 640 17th St, Miami Beach, FL 33139.
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Public transportation is available seven days a week. Click on the link 'View Larger Map' above and then 'Directions' to fill in your address. Then click on one of the following icons at the top to obtain driving, public transportation, walking or biking instructions.
From the North: Take I-95 south to I-195-East/Julia Tuttle Causeway. Exit to the right onto Alton Road. Turn left on Dade Boulevard. Turn left on Meridian Avenue. The Memorial will be on the left.
From the South: Take I-95 north to I-395-East/MacArthur Causeway. Exit on the left onto Alton Road. Turn right on 17th Street. Turn Left on Meridian Avenue. The Memorial will be on the right.
The Memorial is fully accessible to all patrons. A wheelchair can be made available by calling 305.538.1663. If you need the assistance of an American sign language interpreter, please call 305.538.1663.
Rules of the Museum
- Groups of 10 or more people must make a reservation. Click here for more information on group reservations and tours.
- Eating, drinking and smoking are not permitted on the grounds of the Memorial.
- Pets are not allowed; however service animals are permitted.
- Proper clothing, including shoes and shirts, is required.
- Personal photography is welcome; however photo shoots are not permitted without express permission.
- Bicycles, scooters and Segways are not permitted on the grounds of the Memorial.
- Remember the Memorial is a sacred space. Please keep cell phone use to a minimum. Refrain from using profanity or other offensive behaviors.