Survivor Albert Rosa with students

Student Transportation Grants (Los Angeles & San Diego)

Limited bus transportation funding is available for Los Angeles and San Diego County schools. Please click below to learn more.


School Tours

School tours are now available. To make a reservation or for more information please visit our Schedule a School Visit page.


What Visiting Students Have to Say

“I spent most of my time in the room where you can hear and see videos of the concentration camps and survivor interviews. That affected me the most.”


Visiting the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust is an important educational experience for schools. Programs are aligned with the California Content Standards for English-Language Arts and History-Social Science.

The Museum strongly believes in educating about the Holocaust in order to encourage civic and social responsibility in today’s youth. This is done by providing inquiry based tours of the Museum. Students learn about the Holocaust by exploring original historical artifacts and documents. Visiting the Museum also provides the opportunity to meet a first hand witness of history, Holocaust Survivors.

A typical school visit includes:

  • An introduction to the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust’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

Download our School Programs Brochure for more information.

Please visit the Schedule a School Visit page for information about tour reservations.

Download our Teacher Guide.