We are currently accepting reservations for virtual school tours. Please note that we experience our highest demand for group tours between January and May, so please schedule your group's tour as soon as possible. 

Programs are aligned with the California Content Standards for English-Language Arts and History-Social Science.

Student tours are available for students in 5th grade and older. Our staff tailors each tour to meet the educational needs of your students. 

As mandated by the Museum's founding survivors, all Museum tours are FREE. To continue providing free Holocaust education programming, we appreciate donations to the Museum.

Tours are docent-led and inquiry-based. Docents engage students through closely examining the Museum’s exhibition and Holocaust era artifacts.

Please contact Katherine Semel, Director of Museum Tours to discuss the content of your tour at

School 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

  • Q&A with a Holocaust survivor

Click here to download the Virtual Program Guide.

Tours and survivor talks are available in Hebrew and Spanish.



Please contact:

Katherine Semel

Director of Museum Tours


We are grateful to Union Pacific Foundation for their grant of $7,500 supporting 2020 and 2021 Virtual Student Tours!

Customized Virtual Student Tours and Virtual Conversations with Holocaust survivors are available for classrooms, schools and assemblies.

Contact or call 323-651-3704 to create and schedule your program.