|Address:||1201 NE 26th St #111, Wilton Manors, FL 33305, USA|
|Working:||Closed Closed 12–6PM 12–6PM 12–6PM 12–6PM 12–6PM|
Provides interactive experiences that document the history, deepen the understanding and remove the stigma of HIV/AIDS. A comprehensive and surprising timeline display of #AIDS and #HIV history with other major events of the period; educational outreach and research center; changing multi-media educational, historical and art exhibitions.
Not a large museum, but tons of interesting facts and unique items that really bring you into the reality of those affected. You will come face to face with many of the stories told through art and interactive pieces, and youll undoubtedly leave with a greater knowledge of AIDS, especially in South Florida.
It was a great experience. I learned a lot. It was interesting and I learned to appreciate those suffering from aids and this museum is a great way to raise awareness.
So educational learned so much that I didnt know. Really a good place for someone to educated themselves and loved ones about the topic and history of it.
This place is doing great work and needs more people to stop by and fight the stigma! Great place to get conversation going with friends or family
Paul Straub Realtor
A great educational experience for young and old alike. Learn about the epidemic and history of the right that still continues.
Amazing place. Inspiring. Very well organized, clean, tear jerker when I start reading the history. A must to visit
Very nice the owner and founder awsome man very knowledgeable of the history of Hiiv and Aids
One of a Kind! Very informative if you are interested in the history of AIDS and HIV. $5
Jerome Espinosa Baladad
Something very different among museums I have visited so far....