Plan Your Visit

Group Tour Reservations

For Student Groups

All school groups receive a 2-hour TEKS-aligned guided tour of the exhibit with our comprehensive audio guide or professionally trained docents and survivor testimony experience.* The information in the audio guide is layered and accessed simply by entering the number of each station.

• Must be a minimum of 15 guests. The Museum requires 1 adult, teacher/chaperone, for every 15 students
• Must be scheduled in advance
• Group rate is $5.00 per guest
• A docent is a trained tour guide. Docents provide an interactive experience that allows students to analyze the complex issues that arise when studying the Holocaust.
• We cannot guarantee docents or Survivor and Second Generation speakers, as they are volunteers.
• In-person presentations are not available on Saturdays due to the speakers’ observance of the Jewish Sabbath.
• Check that your administration/principal allows you to visit the Museum on your preferred tour dates
• Gather all your information: preferred tour date(s), number of students, and number of chaperones before completing group tour request form

*Survivor and Second Generation speakers are not available for students in 6th grade or below. A 30-minute special feature, The Short Life of Anne Frank, will be shown instead. This shortens the tour to 1.5 hours.

The Education Team provides educator support and resources. Learn more.

For Adult Groups

Non-student groups can book a 1-hour guided tour of the exhibit with our comprehensive audio guide or professionally trained docents. Tours can request to add on a 1-hour Survivor or Second Generation speaker presentation. Audio tours are available in English and Spanish. The information in the audio guide is layered and accessed simply by entering the number of each station.

• Must be a minimum of 15 guests. Group rate is $7.00 per guest
• Must be scheduled in advance
• We cannot guarantee docents or Survivor and Second Generation speakers, as they are volunteers
• In-person presentations are not available on Saturdays due to the speakers’ observance of the Jewish Sabbath.

Admission Assistance

Title I schools, economically disadvantaged schools, and organizations that serve disadvantaged school children, may request admission scholarships for group visits. If interested, please contact Dr. Sara Abosch-Jacobson, Chief Education, Programs, and Exhibitions Officer, at sabosch@dallasholocaustmuseum.org.

Museum Experience Fund Information

Group Tour Request Form

You must fill out the group tour request form to begin the scheduling process. Tours are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. Please allow 3-4 days for your request to be processed.

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For questions about Group Tours, email Adilene Hernandez, Education Coordinator, at ahernandez@dallasholocaustmuseum.org or call 214-741-7500.