The Holocaust Memorial Museum can accommodate up to 200 students at one time. To schedule a tour, please complete our Tour Request Form at least two weeks prior to your desired tour date. For tours in April and May please book two months in advance. You will receive a confirmation within 3 days of receipt of your tour request form. Tours are available during Museum hours, and by special appointment. Should you need to cancel or reschedule, please notify the Museum directly at 210.302.6807.
Tours last approximately 2 1/2 hours. Upon arrival, the group leader must check in at the lobby desk with an accurate number of participants. A docent or member of the Museum will greet and assist your group. Groups are provided with a guided tour of the main exhibit led by a trained docent, and will participate in a group activity or film. For groups of more than 20, a Holocaust Survivor or speaker can be provided based on availability. Please arrive at least 10 minutes prior to the time of your tour.
Due to the graphic nature of the content depicted in the Museum, tour requests will be accepted for grades 6 and up. For 5th grade groups, special consideration will be taken to ensure the students are prepared for the subject matter and visual depiction of the Holocaust.
For all groups 5th grade and under, the Museum offers a variety of other age appropriate educational resources. Museum staff can provide you with more detailed descriptions of Museum resources and services. For any questions, please contact the Museum at 210.302.6807 or email us at email@example.com.
To combat reduced or eliminated funding for buses for field trips, the San Antonio Holocaust Memorial Museum is pleased to offer a $100-per-bus transportation subsidy to visiting school groups on a first come first served basis. If you would like to request a subsidy for your school group, simply indicate your interest on the tour schedule form, and fax or email us a copy of your bus invoice to the Museum after your visit.
There is no admission fee, but donations are always welcome.