Volunteer Museum Educator-guided tours are available for The Breman's two permanent exhibitions, Absence of Humanity: The Holocaust Years and Creating Community: The Jews of Atlanta From 1845 to the Present. Tours are also available for current special exhibitions.
A five-day lesson plan unit is available to extend the educational value of your visit to Absence of Humanity: the Holocaust Years. These materials will prepare students to think critically about the issues they will confront during their tour. The post-visit materials supplement the impact of the tour with suggestions for class discussion and further inquiry. Available free of charge after you book your tour.
VME-guided tour of the Holocaust gallery.
To hear a witness is to become a witness oneself. —Elie Wiesel
Planning Your Tour
View hours, group admission and get directions on the Visitor Information page.
Find answers to other questions your may have on the Visitor FAQ page.
Prepare your students to behave appropriately in the museum by reviewing the Museum Policies for Students page.
The museum is closed Saturdays, and most Jewish and Federal holidays. Be aware that Jewish holidays begin on the evening before, so the museum usually closes early on those days. Please check the museum calendar!
Iinformation on tour topics and how they relate to Georgia educational standards can be found on the Tour Topics page. You'll also be able to find information on length of tour and number of students allowed per tour.
Floor of the Lovable Brassiere factory in Atlanta.
Fees and Payment
Student group rates are $4 per student and $6 per adult. Teachers and bus drivers are free of charge, as well as one adult chaperone per ten students. Additional adults are $6 each.
To guarantee your reservation, a nonrefundable scheduling fee of $36 per tour is due at least four weeks before your tour date. This payment may be made by credit card, by check, or online through our secure website.
Upon entering the museum, payment in full for the tour is due. Payments may be made by cash, check, or charge card (VISA, MC, AMEX are accepted). Groups are responsible for collecting fees and making one payment for the entire group.
Tour reservation requests may be made on-line; by mail; by printing out and mailing the tour request form (1440 Spring St. NW, Atlanta 30309); by e-mail; or by phone (678-222-3700).
Visits must be scheduled at least a month in advance. Tour requests will be filled in the order in which they are received, and every effort will be made to accommodate your request. No tour is confirmed unless you receive a written confirmation.
If you have questions, please call (404) 870-1632 and speak with Judi Ayal.
Leo Frank in his parents' home, 1905, fromThe Breman's traveling exhibition Seeking Justice: The Leo Frank Case Revisited.