Make a clay bone, a symbol of solidarity with victims and survivors in ongoing conflicts in places like the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Somalia and the Sudan. Each bone that is created generates funds for CARE’S work in the region. All the bones made at the Museum will be included in an installation that will blanket the National Mall in Washington D.C.
Join Actress and Students Rebuild Ambassador Annabeth Gish and special guests to learn more about the humanitarian crisis and support efforts that are bringing hope to young people in conflict-affected areas.
Witness the Effects of War
Join Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Marissa Roth for a tour of her new exhibition ONE PERSON CRYING: Women and War, a 28-year personal photo essay on the lingering effects of war on women. (Recommended for age 12 and above)
Hear Holocaust survivors
share their stories of perseverance and survival during the Holocaust.
Hunt for Human rights
Who is picking the cocoa used in making our favorite chocolate? Where are most of the world’s diamonds coming from? What are conflict-free electronics? Join our exciting treasure hunt to find out!
Food for Thought Photo Frames
Speak out about Genocide happening in the world today? Frame your opinion in one of our special portable frames.
All activities are included with your paid admission to the Museum.
Advanced Ticket Reservations for the Main Museum are strongly recommended:
Or, you may call the advanced ticket desk at 310-772-2505 to secure your advanced ticket purchase.
The Museum closes early at 4:00 p.m. on Fridays November - March.
Due to the high volume of school groups on weekdays during this time of year, we strongly recommend that public visitors purchase tickets for 1p.m. or later to optimize your experience and not have to wait long for timed exhibits.