We are now accepting enrollment from San Diego County teachers for a two-day, on-site training August 16-17. Following the training, teachers will bring their classes to the Museum for tours and discussions with Holocaust survivors. Costs of transportation and substitute teachers are covered.


We are currently accepting reservations for school tours. 

Please note that we experience our highest demand for group tours between January and May, so please book your museum visit for this part of the year as soon as possible. 

The Museum offers student tours to all levels, 5th grade and up. Our staff is able to tailor each tour to meet the educational needs of the student group. Please contact Visitor Services to discuss the content of your tour. ( or 323-651-3704)

All Museum Tours are FREE. To continue providing free Holocaust education programming, donations to the Museum are appreciated.

Participants on Museum Tours are also provided with free audio-guides. Students are able to access additional information and oral history through the audio-guides.

We can provide a docent-led tour of the Museum for groups up to 140 people. The gallery tour is facilitated by either a member of the Education Department team or a trained volunteer docent. The tour will provide an overview of the history of the Holocaust by closely examining the Museum’s exhibition and Holocaust era artifacts.

Click here to make a school tour reservation.