The following 30-second videos offer a snapshot of the kind of impact our educational work has on students and visitors.
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Video 1a

In this video, Director of Education Rebecca Krasner shares how, for some students, visiting the Museum creates a first-ever encounter with Jewish people.

Video 1b

In this extended clip, Director of Education Rebecca Krasner continues sharing her experiences with students who encounter Jewish people for the first time when they visit the Museum.

Video 2

In this video, hear from our Director of Education, Rebecca Krasner, and our Director of Public Programs Dan Samuels on how our work builds empathy and counters hate.

Video 3

In this video, docent Rina Rosenberg shares how young women feel empowered to use their voices through the historical stories they explore in the core exhibition.

Consider a gift to support this work

Please complete this simple form to make your gift now (it may take up to 20 seconds to load—thank you for your patience). Interested in learning how you can apply your Pennsylvania tax credits to the Museum’s educational work? Click here to learn more or contact Rachel Berger, Major Gifts and Corporate Giving Officer, at or 215.391.4632.

4th of July Family Day

The Weitzman is the perfect spot for history and fun on the fourth!

 Whether you prefer the indoors or the fresh air outside, we’ve got you covered with a fantastic viewing party followed by make-and-take crafts, interactive performers, and sensory-friendly activities.

Activities 11 am – 4 pm | Museum & Store 10 am – 5 pm

Extended Holiday Schedule
10 am – 5 pm, Thursday, June 27 through Sunday, July 7

Preview the Party Schedule
The Weitzman