The Florida Holocaust Museum features both permanent and temporary exhibitions. On the first floor of the Museum is the History, Heritage and Hope Permanent Exhibition that recounts the history of the Holocaust through historical photographs, text, and original artifacts.
The second floor galleries are home to the Museum's temporary exhibition program. Exhibitions featured in the Janet Kohn and Larry Wasser galleries rotate several times a year. The Museum's focus is exhibitions of contemporary artwork about the Holocaust, other genocides and human rights issues. These galleries may also feature history exhibitions with original artifacts and historical photographs.
Kane's Furniture Hall on the third floor of the Florida Holocaust Museum features both temporary and permanent exhibitions. In the Herbert & Isabel Savel Teaching Gallery of the third floor, the permanent exhibition, Kaddish in Wood, features woodcarvings of French children of the Holocaust created by Dr. Herbert Savel. Temporary exhibitions in Kane's Furniture Hall include small history exhibitions as well as student-created artwork.