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Jack & Goldie Nomberg Foundation
We are currently accepting reservations for virtual and in-person school tours. Please note that we experience our highest demand between January and May, so we kindly request that you schedule your group's tour as soon as possible.
All education programs are aligned with the California Content Standards for English-Language Arts and History-Social Science. Student tours are customized per class and available for students in 5th grade and up. Our staff tailors each tour to meet the educational needs of your students.
As mandated by the Museum's founding survivors, all student tours are FREE. To continue providing free Holocaust education programming, donations are greatly appreciated.
Tours are docent-led, artifact-focused, and inquiry based. Docents engage students through analytical thinking and closely examining the Museum’s exhibitions and Holocaust era artifacts.
Tours are available in Hebrew and Spanish by request.
In Person Student Tours
Holocaust Museum LA is pleased to welcome students back to the museum for in-person tours. Please note that in-person tours are subject to change based on California health and safety guidelines.
Maximum of 7 chaperones per group, including teachers
Masks are recommended for all participants
Tours are 90 minutes
Museum cannot hold student lunches or bags. Students must leave everything on buses, exceptions only for necessary needed supplies.
In-person tours are available Everyday, Sunday through Saturday, 9am-5pm.
In-person survivor talks currently not offered. If you would like to include a virtual survivor talk for your group, please click here to schedule a time or request a prerecorded talk.
Museum Tours Manager
Virtual Student Tours
Holocaust Museum LA is pleased to continue our virtual student tours. Virtual tours include:
An introduction to Holocaust Museum LA’s history
An introduction to the Holocaust and its main events
A tour of the Museum collection
A Holocaust survivor talk (Optional)
Q&A with a Holocaust survivor (Optional)
- Tours last 1 hour
- Survivor talks last 45 minutes
- Up to 500 participants at a time
- Start times are flexible
Click Here to download the Virtual Program Guide.
Museum Tours Manager
Holocaust Museum LA is grateful to the Goodman Family Foundation for their generous support of Student Tours in 2022.
We are grateful to Union Pacific Foundation for their grant of $7,500 supporting 2020 and 2021 Virtual Student Tours!
Holocaust Museum LA gratefully acknowledges Beverly Hills Rotary Community Foundation for their support of Free Virtual Holocaust Education for Students.
IN PERSON STUDENT TOURS
VIRTUAL STUDENT TOURS
Customized Virtual Student Tours and Virtual Conversations with Holocaust survivors are available for classrooms, schools and assemblies.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 323-456-5082 to create and schedule your program.
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