ATTENTION: DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC WE ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC!
Due to the mature content of our material, we recommend students be in the 6th grade or above.
Due to our limited staff, please call ahead to book your visit, regardless of size.
GROUP VISIT (5 OR MORE PEOPLE)
All groups must be booked in advance by completing and submitting the Group Visit Request Form.
- We require one (1) chaperone per eight (8) students, grades 6-12.
- Our Center can only accommodate 45 students at one time.
- If you have more than 45 students, please call our office to make other arrangements.
MATERIALS TO PREPARE STUDENTS
Voice of the Artwork
Life Before the War, In the Ghettos, and In the Camps
Find the Facts-Student Version / Find the Facts-Teacher Version
Debriefing Your Visit to Darkness into Life
“Why Should We Remember” (8 minutes)
To be used as an introduction to the exhibit for visitors.
“Darkness into Life, Interviews with Survivors and Artists” (55 minutes)
This can be run in a loop of continuous play during exhibit hours.
“Children of the Holocaust” (55 minutes)
Documentary of nine Birmingham survivors telling their personal story of survival. Uses original photographs and historical film footage.
Monday – Thursday
8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Please allow 45 minutes for your visit.
There is no charge for admission. Donations are always welcome.
2100 Highland Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35205
INDIVIDUAL PARKING is available in the parking deck behind Temple Emanu-El. Access is from the alley off Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd. South (21st Street South).
GROUP/BUS PARKING is available 3 blocks away at Temple Beth-El, 2179 Highland Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35205.