Holocaust Speaker Series

Holocaust Speaker Series presentations will be held online during the time the museum is closed. View the Digital Engagement page to find out more about upcoming Speaker Series presentations.

Connect to history by hearing Holocaust survivors and their descendants tell stories of life before, during, and after the Holocaust, providing visitors with a moving and memorable experience. The Holocaust Speaker Series is held the first Sunday of the month at 1:00 PM and each Wednesday at 11:00 AM. Talks are approximately one hour in length. View Speaker Biographies for more information about upcoming speakers.

Sponsored by Margaret and Michael Valentine

Drop-In Tours

Drop-In Tours are currently canceled due to the museum’s closure. View the Digital Engagement page for information about ways to connect online, including taking a virtual tour of the museum.

Drop-in tours are held on the first Sunday of the month at 2:00 PM following Holocaust Speaker Series presentations. Knowledgeable interpreters lead visitors through the galleries, highlighting stories of local survivors and witnesses while providing background information about the museum. Drop-in tours are free with the purchase of HHC admission. To participate in the tour, meet in the HHC lobby on the mezzanine level.

Sponsored by Union & Guardian Savings Banks

Gallery Talks

Go beyond the exhibits in the museum and learn about a topic in greater depth from HHC staff members, local individuals with a connection to the history, or visiting experts sharing their knowledge about a variety of subjects discussed in the galleries. Talks are included in admission to the museum on the days they are scheduled. To find the next talk, please visit the HHC calendar of events.

Sponsored by Xavier University