Venue Rental

Museum Galleries

First Floor:

“Bearing Witness: A Community Remembers”
Holocaust Gallery features the testimony of local Holocaust Survivors and rare artifacts including a World War II-era railcar and a 1940’s Danish fishing boat, the only one in the United States. This gallery is suitable for panel discussions, presentations, and educational workshops. Alongside this gallery, the Morgan Family Welcome Center offers an interactive space with bench seating for presentations and film screenings.      

  • Standing Capacity: 120 max

Human Rights Gallery
Serves as a beautiful tranquil space that lends itself to meditation and reflection. This gallery is ideal for panel discussions, presentations, educational workshops, and ceremonies.

  • Theater-style Capacity: 100 max
  • Standing Capacity: 200 max

The Rhona and Bruce Caress Gallery: And Still I Write: Young Diarists on War and Genocide – First Floor
Is appropriate for visitors ages 9 or older and features interactive, experimental technology. A representation of Anne Frank’s personal space and desk will allow visitors to experience a hands-on activity as they identify with the young author.  

  • Standing Capacity: 40 max

Edith and Josef Mincberg Gallery
Hosts unique and inspiring traveling exhibitions that are sure to captivate your guests. Please visit our website for a full calendar of our changing exhibits.

  • Standing Capacity: 200 max

Samuel Bak Gallery and Learning Center In Loving Memory of Hope Silber Kaplan - Second Floor
In loving memory of Hope Silber Kaplan is home to the nation’s only permanent Samuel Bak collection with 130 pieces rotated throughout the year. A rarity in the U.S., the gallery itself is circular, comprised of three intimate galleries with seating and a bilingual education center.

  • Theatre-style Capacity: 20 max
  • Standing Capacity: 50 max