Visiting Safely In Person
The Holocaust Exhibition and Learning Centre is open for bookings for the Summer term in 2021, at reduced capacity but still able to cater for most educational group sizes. Take a look at the documents below to find out more about how to plan your visit and if you have any queries please get in touch.
We appreciate that doing learning solely in a digital format isn’t always right for some schools. Working closely with our colleagues at the University of Huddersfield, we are able to offer exclusive educational in-person visits to the Centre with full risk assessments completed.
- We can accommodate smaller groups of up to 30 students under the 2m distancing rule
- Alternatively, we can apply ‘bubble’ arrangements in place at your school to our spaces
Your visit to the Centre includes one of our Learning Sessions and a self-guided activity inside the Exhibition. These visits normally last a total duration of 2 hours and cater for groups of up to 40 students.
Please get in touch if you want to discuss how to visit safely with your group.
If you would like to bring a group larger than 40 students, please contact us to discuss options including talking about your school’s ‘bubble’ or grouping. For more information about our Active Learning Sessions take a look at our Learning Programme.
Once you have booked your visit, please read our On The Day information which can be found here. This contains essential information about parking, how to find us, and how to contact us if there is a problem on the day.
Travel Subsidy Scheme
The Holocaust Exhibition and Learning Centre are pleased to announce that we can contribute to the travel hire costs for eligible schools wishing to book an Active Learning Session at our venue. The Travel Subsidy Scheme is available on a strictly first-come, first-served basis. You can find out more information here.
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