Group & Corporate Tours

Group tours and corporate professional development programs and events at the Maltz Museum offer an inspiring environment to enrich your colleagues and employees. Group tour admission includes full Museum access and a guided exploration of the core or special exhibition.

  • Available for groups of 10 or more at a discounted admission price
  • Minimum of two (2) weeks advance reservation required

Don’t have 10 people? Book a private tour with a Museum docent for a flat rate fee. Call 216.593.0575 for pricing and availability. We also offer drop-in tours throughout the week.

School Groups Note: Through the generous support of The Chelm Family Foundation, The Harry K. and Emma R. Fox Charitable Foundation, and the Wolf Family Foundation, the Museum provides FREE transportation to students in districts where 50% or more students participate in the National School Lunch Program. In addition, Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) students also receive FREE admission.

Our wide variety of tours and exhibitions explore themes of diversity and entrepreneurship.

Centuries of Childhood: An American Story (June 11, 2017 – August 6, 2017)

Centuries of Childhood: An American Story (Grades 4 – 12)

 

JUDAISM – INTRODUCTION TO THE FAITH & TRADITIONS

Celebrate with Us! A Year of Holidays (Grades K-3)

 

Common Threads of Judaism and Christianity (Grade 3 and above)

 

What is Judaism? (Grades 6 and above)

 

Cleveland Jews & Israel (All ages)

 

Optional Extension Activity: Visit the sanctuary of The Temple-Tifereth Israel

 

NORTHEAST OHIO JEWISH IMMIGRATION & HISTORY

Growing Up in Cleveland 100 Years Ago (Grades K-2)

 

Building a City (Grades 3-5)

 

Becoming American (Grades 6 and above)

 

HOLOCAUST & DISCRIMINATION

Introduction to Themes of the Holocaust (Grades 8-12)

 

Stop the Hate (Grades 6 and above)

 

Optional Extension Activity: Holocaust Survivor’s Testimony

 

QUESTIONS?
Contact Gabrielle Goodman, Group Tour Coordinator, at 216.593.0595
email Gabrielle: ggoodman@mmjh.org