2015 Grant Funded Field Trips

Thanks to generous support from our sponsors, the Museum of Tolerance is pleased to offer FREE TICKETS to low income student groups from underserved communities*. Tickets will be awarded to qualified applicants for Museum visits through the end of December 2015.

If you’d like to request free or discounted tickets, please call Group Reservations at
(310) 772-7639.


  • Transportation
  • Substitute teacher coverage or reimbursement
  • Lunch


  • Title I schools
  • Programs for at-risk students
  • Programs that support first generation college-bound students

Please Note: The minimum group size is 20 people.

Choose from the following field trip experiences:

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The Tolerancenter/Holocaust Exhibit Tour -

This 3-hour tour is recommended for students ages 12 and above. Students engage in the state-of-the-art interactive exhibits that expose the dynamics of prejudice and discrimination historically and today. Witness history as you journey through the Holocaust exhibit and receive a photo passport card of a child whose life was changed by the Holocaust.


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The Finding Our Families, Finding Ourselves Tour -

Explore America’s multicultural legacy through this 1 ½ hour inspirational multimedia exhibit for all ages. Take a virtual journey to America’s shores and step into the recreated childhood homes of Dr. Maya Angelou, Billy Crystal, Carlos Santana, and Joe Torre, as they share a treasure trove of family stories, memories, and dreams. Learn how to discover your own family history in the Computer Lab and appreciate the diversity that makes our society great.


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Anne Frank Exhibit -

Students 6th grade and above experience the 1 ½ hour extraordinary immersive exhibit on the life and legacy of Anne Frank. Anne’s story, told in her own words, comes to life through unique artifacts, powerful multimedia presentations and cutting-edge technologies. Learn the details of her happy childhood, the ominous threat of the Nazis that forces her and her family into hiding, and the arrest and imprisonment of everyone in the Secret Annex. Engage in the Interactive Action Lab to tackle some of the issues Anne addresses in her writing – issues still remarkably relevant today.

The Museum of Tolerance thanks the many generous supporters of our youth education programs including our valued corporate partners.