The Museum will close early at 4pm on 4/18 and LOX Café will be closed 4/24 – 5/1.

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The Museum of Jewish Heritage welcomes adult and senior groups to book a tour with us and explore our Museum’s collection.

Please note that self-guided tours are only available for groups of 45 people or less and that group tours for adult or senior groups are only available after 1:00PM due to spatial constraints.

What Hate Can Do (In-Person)

The Holocaust: What Hate Can Do explores the impact of World War II and the Nazi genocide on Jewish lives and communities in Europe. Through close examination of the Museum’s artifacts and in discussion with a Museum educator, participants will explore issues of cultural identity, responsibility to community, and decision-making, as well as ways in which individuals and nations responded, or failed to respond, to the crisis.

Guided tours of The Holocaust: What Hate Can Do last 1.5 hours.

Courage to Act

Courage to Act: Rescue in Denmark tells the inspiring story of ordinary people uniting against Nazism to save nearly 95% of Denmark’s Jewish population, featuring the story of the Gerda III, one of many small boats used in the escape and rescue. Students will encounter themes of separation, bravery, and resilience that will help them reflect on the dangers of prejudice—as well as their own potential for compassionate, moral, and courageous action.

Visits to Courage to Act: Rescue in Denmark are 1 hour and are only available in the afternoon.

Group Fees

  • Membership benefits and other passes are not valid for group admission.
  • Organizations with limited resources may qualify for significantly reduced rates or fee waivers. Please ask for details when you request a reservation.
  • Guided with a Gallery Educator: $15 per person
  • Self-Guided: $11 per person

Frequently Asked Questions

As we prepare for the number of people you initially request for, once the date has been settled, we will be unable to increase the number of guests. As such, please be sure to request for the maximum number of people you expect to be in your group.

Due to the number of groups scheduled throughout the day, we ask that you arrive at your scheduled time. Your group is more than welcome to explore the rest of the Museum after your scheduled visit.

Please be advised that the Museum cannot provide parking for buses or large vans. As such, we advise that you research parking spaces in advance. Buses and large vans will only be able to remain in front of the Museum if there is space and if the driver remains with the vehicle at all times. NYPD may ask the vehicle to move at any time.

The Museum has elevators within the center of our core exhibit and in the lobby. We also have wheelchairs if needed, however these are limited in supply. For more information on our accessibility please look at our accessibility page.

While the Museum does host LOX at Café Bergson, we cannot guarantee that there will be space for groups larger than 20 due to limited space. Should your group be larger than 20, please check in with us to see if there is a room for you to book to eat in. If there is a room available, you can email Additionally, due to time constraints, we recommend either arriving two hours before your tour to eat or preparing to eat at LOX after your tour.