Featured Exhibit: "Finding Light in the Darkness" - Grades 6 and up. Through artifacts and stories from local Holocaust survivors, students will begin to understand the history of the Holocaust and that their choices make a difference. A knowledgeable docent will highlight key stories, artifacts, images, and pivotal events featured in the Holocaust Center's exhibit. Docents can tailor the material to your class. The minimum time commitment is 45 minutes.
Recommended: Request a Teaching Trunk or Artifact Kit to use in the classroom at the same time as your virtual field trip. The docent will reference the replica artifacts in the trunk/kit, and encourage the students to explore the physical artifacts throughout the virtual field trip.
FAQs & Policies
Please review our full FAQs & Policies for Virtual Field Trips or In-Person Field Trips before scheduling.
Please submit a Field Trip request 2 weeks in advance for virtual and at least 3 week in advance for in-person. At this time, we are not scheduling field trips for schools/groups outside of the Northwest. Please visit the Association of Holocaust Organizations' (AHO) membership database to find a local center or museum near you.
The Virtual Field Trip program is made possible thanks to the University District Rotary Club and the Alfred & Tillie Shemanski Testamentary Trust.
Check out the many schools and groups that went on Virtual Field Trips to the Holocaust Center for Humanity in 2021-22!