Whether you live in Philadelphia, PA or Philadelphia, MS, you can experience the Museum’s interdisciplinary and object-based programs that align with Common Core and National Standards. Immigration, religious liberty, social change, Jewish and American identity—these are just a few themes that will come to life during your time with our highly skilled educators.
We can’t wait to welcome you to the Museum. Can’t visit in person? Most of our group programs and school curricula are available virtually. Contact us today and let us know your needs.
Designed for elementary school students, these activity-based programs include stories featured in NMAJH’s award-winning core exhibition. Educational, inspirational, and fun—each lesson introduces students to object-based learning and involves them in the craft of storytelling.
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Our signature and activity-based programs have adult options. Here’s something just for the grown-ups.
Contact our team at email@example.com or 215-923-3811 ext. 1161. Please be prepared to share some basic details about your group, like approximate timing, group size, and group age-range.
Costs range from free with scholarship funding to $18/person.
All Title 1 schools are eligible for full subvention, including bus transportation. For all other educational school groups, we have needs-based funding available.
Private tours are available for an additional cost, please inquire about availability and pricing.
Contact our group visits team today at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your group’s specific needs.
The Museum is open to the public Thursday-Sunday, 10 am – 5 pm.
Our group visits desk is staffed Wednesday-Sunday, 10 am – 5 pm. Our staff typically responds within 24-48 hours during this window.