Due to the sensitive nature of our Museum exhibits, we recommend that children under 12 not view the collection unless approved and accompanied by their supervising adult.
Museum Field Trips:
The Museum is happy to host School Field Trips to the Museum by prior appointment for groups of up to 60 students, plus teachers and chaperones. Due to the sensitive nature of our Museum exhibits, we recommend that children under 12 not view the collection unless approved and accompanied by their supervising adult(s).
Our Education Department can also come to your class with a variety of programs for grades K-12 and college/university. Whatever your curriculum or schedule requirements, we can work with you. Click on the link below for examples of our age-appropriate programming. To the right of the programming you will also see links for Teachers (“Museum Field Trips and Forms”, “Teacher Workshops” and a password-protected “Teacher Portal”) and Students (“FAQ”, “Student Art”, “Survivor Testimonies” and “Liberator Testimonies” and “Resources”).
Click below for information on:
- Discover Curriculum and Great Classroom Ideas/Bring the Museum to Your Classroom
- Student Group Field Trip Tours & Forms
For more information, please contact Education Specialist Sam Parish at 239-263-9200 or e-mail Sam@holocaustmuseumswfl.org.