Groups of 10 or more have access to different tours offered by the Museum. We also offer discounted ticket blocks for groups of 10 or more people who wish to visit the Museum together without booking a gallery educator tour.

Guided: In-person guided tours with a Gallery Educator are available for school and adult groups.

Self-Guided: Self-guided tours are available for adult visitors.

Open the + sign below to learn more about the tour as well as tour pricing* for student groups and adult groups.

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.

Recommended for grades 6 and up. Tours of The Holocaust: What Hate Can Do are 1.5 hours.

Tour pricing:

  • Student/Youth groups: The tour fee for student/youth groups is $100 for each group of up to 30 students. We require one adult chaperone for every 10 students; chaperones are free of charge.

Boris Lurie: Nothing To Do But To Try is an exhibition on the 20th century artist and Holocaust survivor Boris Lurie. Presenting Lurie’s beautiful and heartbreaking “War Series” artwork, as well as never-before-exhibited objects from his personal archive, the exhibition allows visitors to explore the artist’s reckoning with his experience as a Holocaust survivor.

Recommended for grades 9 and up. Tours of Boris Lurie: Nothing To Do But To Try are 1 hour.

Tour pricing:

  • Student/Youth groups: The tour fee for student/youth groups is $100 for each group of up to 30 students. We require one adult chaperone for every 10 students; chaperones are free of charge.

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.

Tour pricing

  • Guided with a Gallery Educator: $15 per person, plus a 10% discount at the Pickman Museum Shop
  • Self-Guided$11 per person

Boris Lurie: Nothing To Do But To Try is an exhibition on the 20th century artist and Holocaust survivor Boris Lurie. Presenting Lurie’s beautiful and heartbreaking “War Series” artwork, as well as never-before-exhibited objects from his personal archive, the exhibition allows visitors to explore the artist’s reckoning with his experience as a Holocaust survivor.

Guided tours of Boris Lurie: Nothing To Do But To Try last 1 hour.

Tour pricing

  • Guided with a Gallery Educator: $15 per person, plus a 10% discount at the Pickman Museum Shop
  • Self-Guided: $11 per person

 

Virtual Tours: Virtual tours with a Gallery Educator are available for school and adult groups. Open the + sign below to learn more about the tour as well as tour pricing* for student groups and adult groups.

“Meeting Hate with Humanity: Life During the Holocaust” 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.

Virtual Tour Pricing

  • $90 for up to 30 seats and then an additional $3 for each seat above 30.

“Love Thy Neighbor: Immigration and the U.S. Experience” features artifacts from the Museum’s collection and the Jewish immigrant experience.

Virtual Tour Pricing

  • $90 for up to 30 seats and then an additional $3 for each seat above 30.

"Gerda III and Danish Rescue During the Holocaust" tells the extraordinary story of the Gerda III, one of the many Danish boats used to secretly transport Jews to safety during World War II. By exploring first-person stories and the Museum’s artifacts, participants will discover how thousands of Jews in Denmark, with the help of the Danish resistance and ordinary Danish citizens, escaped to Sweden in defiance of the Nazis.

Virtual Tour Pricing
$90 for up to 30 seats and then an additional $3 for each seat above 30.

* For groups in need, funds from generous donors are available to reduce or waive the tour fee.

 

Request a Tour 

To book a group tour, please choose the kind of tour you’d like in the form below, fill out the required fields, and submit. When choosing a tour date, please note that the Museum requires three weeks’ advance notice to schedule a tour with a Gallery Educator.

In-Person and Virtual Tour Requests

In-Person and Virtual Tour Requests

Group Tours

Please choose the type of group event you are requesting and then fill out the required fields.

For youth/student groups, please use the prefix, first, and last name of the educator contact for the tour.

Please submit your tour request after filling out all required fields. (Fields marked with an asterisk are required.)

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Virtual Tour Selection and Schedule

Virtual tours with gallery educators are NOT offered on Saturdays. Please select any other day of the week from the calendar to schedule a tour. All times are Eastern Time. The Museum requires at least three weeks’ advance notice to book virtual tours with gallery educators.
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In-Person Tours

Tours are not offered on Saturdays. Please select any other day of the week from the calendar to book a tour for 10 or more people, and choose a corresponding visit time for that date. All times are Eastern Time.

The Museum requires at least three weeks' advance notice to book group visits.

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