The Museum of History and Holocaust Education on-site exhibitions are free and open to the public Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. You are welcome to visit us for a self-guided tour or request a guided tour/field trip.

MHHE provides temporary traveling exhibits for schools, libraries, and other community and educational centers. The exhibits consist of 8-10 free-standing panels and provide context for some of the more complex stories of World War II and the Holocaust taught in school curricula.

Our traveling exhibits are free to reserve within the state of Georgia; contact us for shipping information for out-of-state educators. 

5th - 12th Grade Exhibits (Click Here to Reserve)

Other Exhibits (Click Here to Reserve) *Recommended for libraries, assisted living, community centers, houses of worship, etc.

Additionally, you can explore our online exhibitions developed by the curatorial staff of the MHHE and students of the Kennesaw State University Public History Program.

Please contact Greg Bell with any questions.

Watch this video to learn about proper procedures for setting up and taking down traveling exhibits:

For more information about visiting the Museum of History and Holocaust Education, click here.