M Closed except on MLK Day, Memorial Day, Juneteenth and Labor Day
T–Sa 10 am to 5 pm
Su Noon to 5 pm
Seniors (age 65 and above) $16
AARP Members $16
Active Duty Servicemembers and their families Free through Labor Day through the Blue Star Museums Program
Ages 0 – 18 Free
College students with valid student ID Free
The Museum is free to all on Thursdays from 2 pm to 5 pm.
If you have an international bank card, please purchase your tickets onsite at the Museum. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Admission is free on the following holidays:
- International Holocaust Remembrance Day – January 27, 2023
- Yom HaShoah – April 18, 2023
- Walter Kase Free Admission Day – May 5, 2023
- Stefi Altman Free Admission Day – May 14, 2023
- Veteran’s Day for active servicemembers and veterans – November 11, 2023
- Human Rights Day – December 10, 2023
The Museum is closed on the following holidays:
- Christmas Day – December 25, 2022
- New Year’s Day – January 1, 2023
- Easter Sunday – April 9, 2023
- Rosh Hashanah – September 16, 2023
- Yom Kippur – September 25, 2023
- Thanksgiving – November 23, 2023
The Museum is open on the following Mondays:
- Martin Luther King Jr. Day – January 16, 2023
- Memorial Day – May 29, 2023
- Juneteenth – June 19, 2023
- Labor Day – September 4, 2023
IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL TOURS
Holocaust Museum Houston has four different tour experiences for classrooms and community groups to explore our galleries – docent-led tours, virtual tours, audio guided tours, and self-guided tours. Click the link below to decide which tour is right for your group and to schedule your virtual or in-person visit.
The following measures are in place to ensure the safety of our staff, volunteers and visitors. Please acquaint yourself with these protocols before visiting the Museum.
- Face masks are optional for all guests. Complimentary masks are available at the Security desk.
- Visitors are required to follow social distancing protocols and maintain a safe distance of 6 feet apart at all times. Please follow social distancing signs at admission, in the galleries and other areas of the Museum.
- Hand sanitizer stations are available at the Museum’s entrance, bathroom entrances, admissions desk, Museum store and café.
- The Museum has undergone a thorough deep cleaning using an EPA registered disinfectant and will disinfect “high-touch” areas throughout the day.
- The Legacy Café will be serving prepackaged items. Plexi-glass screens have been installed and tables are spaced 6 feet apart.
Firearms, including without limitation handguns, shotguns and rifles (whether concealed or openly carried) are prohibited on the Museum premises and parking areas pursuant to Sections 30.06 and 30.07 of the Texas Penal Code. Knives, pepper spray and tasers are also prohibited in the Museum.
All bags, backpacks, briefcases and packages will be inspected by security and patrons will be required to enter through a security scanner device.
BECOME A MEMBER
Museum members receive free admission, invitations to special events and additional Members-only benefits for a year. Your yearly membership makes a difference in helping the Museum teach the danger of hatred, prejudice, and apathy. Become an HMH Member today!
Holocaust Museum Houston
Lester and Sue Smith Campus
5401 Caroline St. Houston, TX 77004
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|31 minutes – 4 hours||$5||$8|
|4 – 12 hours||$7||$12|
|12 – 24 hours||$20||$20|
*Director, Chairman and President member levels only. Parking is complimentary for Leadership Circle members.
Holocaust Museum Houston is a smoke-free campus.
Holocaust Museum Houston abides by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and allows service animals, that is animals trained to perform specific tasks for an individual with a disability, into all the public areas of the Museum.
Those individuals with disabilities will not be charged admission.
In order to be fully accessible to all our visitors, Holocaust Museum Houston encourages alerting our Admissions Staff should you have a disability.