Miami – HistoryMiami Museum, located in downtown Miami, is proud to announce it will be partnering with the United Way of Miami-Dade to assist in hurricane relief efforts. From September 20 through October 1, HistoryMiami will donate 100 percent of each museum admission ticket to Operation Helping Hands, United Way’s partnership with the Miami Herald/el Nuevo Herald. Every dollar raised through Operation Helping Hands will help the United Way meet the storm-related needs and support long-term recovery throughout affected areas in Miami-Dade, across Florida and the Caribbean.

“For the last two years we spent countless hours collecting stories of South Florida’s resiliency for our Hurricane Andrew exhibition. Hurricane Irma is once again showing the resolve, dedication, and passion of neighbors helping neighbors,” Museum Director Jorge Zamanillo said. “We are happy to do our part in helping with relief efforts.”

To learn more about Operation Helping Hands please click here.

Daily admission to the Hurricane Andrew exhibition is $10 for adults, $5 for children ages six to 12, $8 for students (with valid ID), and free for HistoryMiami members and children under the age of six.

Museum hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday 12 to 5 p.m.  The HistoryMiami Museum is located on 101 West Flagler Street in downtown Miami. Parking is available at the Cultural Center Parking Garage located at 50 NW 2 Avenue.