The Holocaust in 100 Minutes
From Week 6, Term 1 2021
Students will be given the rare opportunity to meet a Holocaust survivor and be touched by their story in a live Q&A session. They will then go on a journey through our permanent exhibition to explore key events and themes underpinning the Holocaust with a Museum Guide. Coming together as a class, in a facilitated session that will inspire curiosity, students will then develop their inquiry and critical thinking skills as they uncover Holocaust histories by examining objects from our collection.
$260 class, $190 equity or country
Available Tuesday to Thursday from Week 6, 2021
Suitable for years 9 – 12
Your booking will be confirmed via email within five working days.
Plan Your Visit
Read our Planning Your School Visit information to assist with questions about Covid-19 guidelines for your visit and the logistics of visiting with your class.
The Adelaide Holocaust Museum understands that all visitors need to be brought into safely into this history, and safely out of it and our work is underpinned by this educational approach. We aim to teach all visitors about the devastating and confronting events that occurred without traumatising them.
Educators are advised that the Museum’s permanent exhibition includes content that some young people may find distressing. If you have concerns please contact our Education Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org) when booking to discuss. We can work with our Museum Guides to deliver an age appropriate tour of our permanent exhibition that also supports your teaching and learning objectives.