Ticket Information

Ticket Information

There are two ticketing options for the Museum

General Admission

A general ticketing option that allows you to choose additional experiences when you arrive at the museum. This is a great option if you want a flexible museum experience.

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General Admission + The Abe & Ida Cooper Survivor Story Experience

Using groundbreaking interactive technology, Holocaust survival stories are told by the very people who lived through them.

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Member Admission – Members receive unlimited free admissions to all exhibitions.

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Public tours of our permanent Holocaust exhibition are available to Museum visitors on a drop-in basis. Hear the stories behind 500 artifacts, including personal items, photographs, and identification cards. The drop-in tour begins at 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. every day, and lasts 90 minutes. You may sign up at the information desk upon arrival.

For groups of 15 or more, contact Group Sales at 847.967.4849 for group rates. Learn more about group rates >

Ticket Pricing

Adult Admission* $15.00
Senior (65+) $10.00
Student (12-22) $8.00
Child (5-11) $6.00
Members Free

Retired/active Military personnel & up to 5 family members: 50% Off
Disabled visitors (with Federal ID) – 50% off

The Museum will not deny entry for visitors unable to pay admission rates.

We welcome our last visitors of the day ONE HOUR before closing. Last visitors are admitted at 4:00 pm when the Museum closes at 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm when Museum closes at 8:00 pm. 



Wheelchairs are available at no cost on a first-come, first-served basis. They are located in the coat check on the main level.

We offer elevators that access all three public levels of the Museum.

Accessible restrooms are available on every level of the Museum.

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Audio Tour of Karkomi Holocaust Exhibition

Hear personal stories of local Holocaust Survivors in a new and captivating way. Available for free on-site and through the app store.

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Museum marketing programming developed in cooperation with  Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity/Illinois Office of Tourism.




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