ST. LOUIS – Wednesday, November 2 is the grand opening for the St. Louis Kaplan-Feldman Holocaust Museum.

It’s named in honor of Gloria Kaplan-Feldman, a Holocaust survivor who settled here and began years of philanthropy in the St. Louis Jewish community. The newly expanded and renovated museum underwent a two-year renovation. It’s quadruple the size of the previous museum.

It’s located on the Millstone campus, near the northwest corner of Lindbergh Boulevard and Schuetz Road.

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The ribbon cutting is Wednesday morning at 10:00 a.m. The museum opens to the public at 1:00 p.m.

Later Wednesday morning, FOX 2’s Chris Regnier will get an inside look at the new building, and explain what visitors can expect.