The Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center has expanded its offerings to reach visitors wherever they are. Engage with HHC’s mission of ensuring the lessons of the Holocaust inspire action today without leaving the comfort and safety of your home, classroom, or office. With a focus on compelling content, you can learn about the history of the Holocaust, along with modern-day social issues, character strengths and how to be an Upstander through virtual tours and well-curated digital programs.

We are committed to providing high-quality Holocaust education to all. If cost is a concern, please contact us to learn about available subsidies so that your group can engage in these offerings.

Tour Offerings

360 Virtual Tour: Self-Guided with Activity

The Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center 360-degree, virtual tour allows visitors to take a self-guided tour of exhibits and areas within the museum from their desktop or mobile device. Virtual visitors can explore the one-of-a-kind museum while working on engaging activities that dive deeper into the stories and themes within the museum.

Cost: $50.00

Add-On Options:
Holocaust Speaker: $100.00 additional cost
Museum Interpreter (Docent) or Staff Member Guide: $75.00 additional cost
Character Strengths Session: $100.00 additional cost

Live Stream Tour

This live stream tour allows you to experience HHC’s innovative storytelling, interactive experiences, and genuine artifacts without leaving the comfort of your home. Led by an expert guide, livestream tours give your group the flexibility of asking questions in real time. Customize the tour to your group’s interests or a specific subject matter with our add-on customization option. Live stream tours are offered on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, or by appointment.

Cost: $200.00

Add-On Options:
Holocaust Speaker: $100.00 additional cost
Customized Livestream Tour: $50 additional cost

Recorded Tour Packages

With recorded tour packages, you can choose the exact content and stories you want your group to focus on. Take a tour of the museum through recorded segments featuring stories of local survivors and witnesses, artifacts in the museum, and historical highlights. Some specific package options include:

A tour following one survivor’s story, beginning before the Holocaust until their arrival in Cincinnati
A tour that focuses on genuine artifacts within the museum
A tour focusing on upstanders within the Holocaust Gallery and the Humanity Gallery

Cost: $75.00

Add-On Options:
Museum Interpreter (Docent) or Staff Member Providing Additional Context: $75.00 additional cost
Holocaust Speaker: $100.00 additional cost

Coppel Speakers Bureau

“It is essential that…all Holocaust stories are told, especially since this is the last generation who lived through it and experienced the horror first hand. it is our responsibility to make sure that these stories are passed on to future generations.” – Ruth Kropveld

Hear a Holocaust survivor, descendant of a survivor, or subject expert share stories of life before, during, and after the Holocaust. Speakers Bureau presentations are occurring online only at this time.

Live Presentation: $100
Recorded Presentation with Live 30-Minute Question & Answer Session: $50
Recorded Presentation: $25

Click Here to Request a Member of the Speakers Bureau

Programs & Workshops for Students

Customized One-Hour Program

Whether it’s a program focusing on the rise of Nazism or a session focusing on upstanders in the Humanity Gallery, HHC staff can work with you to create a customized program aligned with your curriculum and the interests of your students.

Cost: $100

Leadership Mapping with Character Strengths Program (One Hour-Two Hours)

Whether it is perseverance or creativity, everyone has strengths they can use to better their community. Students explore how their character strengths can be activated to become a leader in their community through this interactive program.

Cost: $100

Artifacts and Primary Sources Program

In this hands-on experience, students learn about artifacts featured in the museum and explore primary sources that illuminate the experiences of Holocaust survivors and witnesses during the Holocaust.

Cost: $100

Add-On Options:
Holocaust Speaker or Humanity Speaker: $100.00 additional cost
Additional Hours: $50 per hour additional cost

HHC staff is available to help find what will work best for your group. To book any of these offerings or create your own experience, please contact Sarah Schneider, Program Coordinator, at [email protected].