Karkomi Holocaust Exhibition Virtual Field Trip

Thank you for your interest in the Karkomi Holocaust Exhibition Virtual Field Trip. Through four free pre-recorded segments explore our Museum’s core exhibition, learning the history of the Holocaust as told through personal photographs and stories of local survivors and eyewitnesses. Students will be challenged to think critically about the power of choice, responsibility, citizenship, and human rights – what influences our decisions to act as bystanders or Upstanders in response to inhumanity.

At the end of each tour segment, students will engage with discussion questions and activities that are accessible and adaptable for your e-classroom. The Virtual Field Trip is meant to be used either in a virtual classroom or watched individually by students.


  • Brand New On-Demand, Pre-Recorded Tour Segments
  • Detailed Glossaries of Key Terms
  • Meaningful Reflection Questions


To prepare you for use, please review this carefully.

To begin the process, you need to apply for your virtual field trip.  Once your request is submitted, within 2-3 business days, you’ll receive a confirmation letter with the date of your Virtual Field Trip.  The confirmation letter will contain a link with a password for you to log into the site.

The password will be valid for the calendar month in which it is issued. Please reach out to us if the review of the materials and teaching of the content extends across two calendar months (eg, late May and early June). We will provide you with one password for each month.

We ask that you do not share this link or password with anyone besides your students.

Once you’re logged in, you’ll find 4 narrated videos, that guide you through the Karkomi Holocaust Virtual Exhibition. Each of these 12-15 minute videos will include links to discussion questions, a glossary, and activities for your virtual tour.

After you have completed your virtual tour, you will receive a link to a survey.  This survey will allow us to enhance our new offering.




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