The Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh inspires engagement with Holocaust history and connects it to the injustices of today. Field trips include a tour of our gallery where exhibitions rotate three to four times per year. We permanently exhibit Holocaust-era artifacts, including an authentic concentration camp uniform coat. Field trips also include a presentation from a Holocaust survivor or a child of a Holocaust survivor. Content is appropriate for grades 6 through 12.
School visits are free.
We are currently offering field trip funding to public schools in Southwestern PA that for financial reasons are not able to take field trips. Each qualified school will be eligible for $500 to put toward expenses for buses and substitute teachers. To apply, please indicate your interest on the form below. Funds will be made available on a first come first served basis, beginning in mid-October 2018 and continuing through Spring 2019, and/or until funds are exhausted.
This funding is made possible thanks to the generosity of the Grable Foundation.
Information about Stitching History Exhibit (October 10, 2018 – December 10, 2018): Our space can comfortably accommodate groups of 50 or fewer. We prefer to schedule school groups on Tuesdays or Thursdays when the gallery is closed to the public.
If you have questions, call us at 412-939-7289. To apply for funding, please fill out the form below.
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