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Please note that we require bookings to be made at least four weeks in advance, dependent on availability.

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.

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.

Recommended for visitors 9 years old and up. Visits to Courage to Act: Rescue in Denmark are 1 hour. If your group has time, students may respond after their experience in the exhibition by drawing or writing in our beautiful reflection space after their visit to the exhibition.

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

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.

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.

Virtual Tour Pricing

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

This tour is available to school groups only.

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

 

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With Assistance from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany; Sponsored by the Foundation Remembrance, Responsibility and Future; Supported by the German Federal Ministry of Finance