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, through virtual tours and well-curated digital programs.
Complete the Group Offerings Contact Form to request any of these digital experiences for your group. 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.
Guided Online 360-Degree Virtual Tour
The Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center 360-degree, virtual tour allows visitors to view HHC’s exhibits and areas within the museum remotely. This view can be explored self-guided or, for groups of 15 or more, led by an expert guide. Your group will learn about the stories of local survivors and witnesses featured in the museum.
Requested Donation: $100
Live Stream Tour from the Museum
This tour, streamed directly from the museum and led by an expert guide, allows you to experience HHC’s innovative storytelling, interactive experiences, and genuine artifacts without leaving the comfort of your home. Live stream tours are offered on weekdays or by appointment.
Requested Donation: $200
In-Person Tours are now available and can be requested on the contact form.
Interested in hosting a speaker on Zoom? Visit the Coppel Speakers Bureau page.
Take guided tours created by HHC staff, highlighting specific topics, themes, and survivors.
Elie Wiesel’s Night
Reading Night by Elie Wiesel? Learn about Elie Wiesel and local Holocaust survivors as we take you on a highlight tour of the museum focused on Night. Watch the tour in its entirety and/or have students view tour segments. Resources include a PowerPoint with links to video testimony and an activity sheet.
Requested Donation: $50
HHC staff can work with you to create a customized program aligned with your curriculum and the interests of your students.
Requested Donation: $100
360 Self-Guided Tour
Take a self-guided highlight tour of the museum. Have students use the accompanying activity to learn more about local survivors and history by answering questions as they pertain to the museum.
Digital Echoing Voices: History Unpacked
Students explore the story of a local eyewitness through video testimony, photos, and digital artifacts. Suggested activities assist educators in integrating Echoing Voices into their existing curriculum.
There is no borrowing fee for digital Echoing Voices kits.