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Janine is a 20-year veteran journalist who puts her sleuthing skills to use unearthing deals and discounts for families in the Tampa Bay area. Raising her own two daughters has taught her that some of the best things in life are “free” but not necessarily “cheap.”
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Military admitted free at Florida Holocaust Museum
Posted Feb 17, 2014 by Janine Dorsey
Updated Feb 17, 2014 at 10:53 AM
Active duty military are admitted free when they visit the Florida Holocaust Museum in St. Petersburg.
Regular daily admission is $16 for adults, $14 for seniors and $10 for college students. Students under age 18 pay $8. Children 6 and under are admitted free.
Admission includes free parking when available and a free audio tour.
Military members just need to present valid identification at the ticket window to redeem the offer.
The museum houses original artifacts, historical photographs and documents to tell the story of the Holocaust with emphasis on local survivors. It is also home to the permanent exhibition, “Kaddish in Wood: Woodcarvings by Dr. Herbert Savel.” The carvings are images of French children who were victims of the Holocaust.
The venue also includes galleries which houses traveling exhibits.
The museum is located at 55 5th Street S., St. Petersburg.
For more information about the Florida Holocaust Museum, visit their site at http://www.flholocaustmuseum.org/default.aspx