What You'll Get
Choose from 4 Options
- $7 for One Adult Admission ($12 value)
- $11 for One Adult and Child or Student Admission w/ valid ID ($20 value)
- $21 for One Individual Membership ($40 value)
- $38 for One Family Membership ($75 value)
Children aged 5–11 are regularly admitted for $6. The price of admission includes all exhibition spaces and programs during that day. Docent-led tours happen at 2pm every day, Survivors speakers take place every second Sunday and third Saturday of each month, and museum architecture tours occur every second Sunday of the month.
- The Karkomi Holocaust Exhibition: tells a personal story of the Holocaust through multimedia; artifacts; and local survivors’ stories of courage, resilience and inspiration. Recommended for visitors 12 and older.
- The Legacy of Absence Gallery: showcases distinguished contemporary artists from around the world whose work reveals the impact of genocide and human rights violations in places such as Cambodia, Rwanda, Argentina, and the Soviet Gulag.
- Make A Difference! The Harvey L. Miller Family Youth Exhibition: an interactive space designed for younger visitors ages 8–12 that helps kids learn how to recognize and accept differences, and use their voice to stand up for others.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. May be repurchased every 90 days. Limit 10 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Must activate memberships by the expiration date on your Groupon; memberships expire 1 year from activation date. Not valid for membership renewal. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center
It was the late 1970s, and neo-Nazis were threatening to march in Skokie. Chicago-area Survivors and their supporters, reacting to the situation, came together to create the Holocaust Memorial Foundation of Illinois. This initiative evolved into the Museum which was built to honor the memory of Holocaust victims; educate visitors; and combat prejudice, hatred, and indifference in local communities and throughout the world.