Booking a Group Tour
The museum was designed to be a self-guided experience recommended for grades 6 and up. Guided tours are available upon request for groups of 15 or more people, and they typically last about 90 minutes. To book a tour, please contact CMC guest services at (513) 287-7021 Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM-5:00 PM.
Military, Senior (Ages 60+), CMC Member, CMC Add-on: $7.50
To experience the stories of local Holocaust survivors and their descendants, we recommend booking tours on Wednesdays and Sundays when HHC hosts its Holocaust Speaker Series. Speakers begin at 11:00 AM on Wednesdays every week and 1:00 PM on the first Sunday of the month. We can easily book tours either before or after the speaker to enhance your museum visit. When contacting CMC, please let them know that you are interested in attending. The series is free of charge.
If you choose to have a guided tour, HHC can highlight certain testimonies, artifacts, or displays, connecting to what you teach in the classroom. We can also help you incorporate other available HHC exhibits and educational programs into your curriculum in addition to a tour of the museum. In addition, please let us know if any of your students have special needs. We understand students have a variety of learning styles, and it is our goal to accommodate as many as we can in our museum. To learn about educational opportunities for your visit, please contact Jodi Elowitz, Director of Education & Engagement, at JELOWITZ@CINCYHHC.ORG.
The museum can accommodate up to 90 students and chaperones at a time. One chaperone is needed per 10 students. For groups of 90 or less, please contact CMC guest services at (513) 287-7021 Monday-Friday 9:00 AM-5:00 PM or complete a Field Trip Request Form.
For group visits of over 90 people, please contact Morgan Woodring, Tour Coordinator, at MWOODRING@CINCYHHC.ORG to create a tour to accommodate larger numbers of students.
Rabiner Family Tours for Tolerance/Tour Subsidies
Funds may be available to help offset the cost of a field trip through the Rabiner Family Tours for Tolerance program. This grant provides subsidies to Title I schools, making a visit to the Holocaust & Humanity Museum accessible to all. CLICK HERE for more information and to fill out an application.