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TOURS
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The CJM currently offers a variety of virtual and in-person tours. Learn more about our tour offerings for adult, senior, and school groups below. 

TOURS FOR PRIVATE GROUPS

The CJM offers both virtual and in-person tours for adults and seniors. Our Holocaust and Resistance virtual tours feature art and multimedia from Oz is for Oznowicz: A Puppet Family's History as well as past CJM exhibitions, highlighting stories of Jewish resistance and artistic production during the Holocaust. Tours of the exhibition Tikkun: For the Cosmos, the Community, and Ourselves are currently being offered virtually as well as in-person at The Museum. All tours for private groups last about one hour. 

Tours for private groups are $100 for a group of up to twenty-five people, plus CJM admission fees for in-person tours. Reduced rates are available to community service agencies providing services to disadvantaged, vulnerable, and low-income populations. Capacity is limited, and advance reservations are required for all tours. 

Follow the link below to book your tour now. For questions, email tours@thecjm.org.

School Tours

free For Bay Area K–12 School Groups through the 2022–2023 academic year

Tours for school groups at The CJM are offered both in-person and virtually. This fall, school groups are invited to join us at The Museum for in-person Adventures in Architecture tours for grades K–5, as well as tours of the exhibition Tikkun: For the Cosmos, the Community, and Ourselves for grades 6–12. In-person school tours are currently available on Thursdays and Fridays. 

The CJM currently offers The Stories and Art of Ezra Jack Keats as a virtual field trip experience for grades K–2.  

Visit our School Tours page for more information, or book your tour today by clicking the button below. 


For Teachers

Explore all of our teacher and school offerings including free, live virtual tours for K–12 students; short videos related to our exhibitions and curricula; a city-wide bookmaking competition; educator professional learning opportunities; teen internships, teacher resource guides; and more, by clicking below. We will continue to add new offerings throughout the year, so be sure to check back for updates! 

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Image Credits

Andria Lo, Gary Sexton Photography