The Holocaust Museum Houston opened in 1996 in order to help make visitors more aware of the dangers of prejudice and hatred of those unlike yourself. The museum is the fourth largest Holocaust memorial museum in the United States and reminds us that these dangers are still relevant today.
If you haven’t yet made it to the Houston Holocaust Museum, you’ll be happy to know there are some ways you can save on your trip with discounts off the regular $12 price of admission. Read on to discover the different Houston Holocaust Museum coupons and discount tickets available for those who want to visit.
1. Groupon Often Has Coupons Available
In most cases, you can get Houston Holocaust Museum discount tickets just by using Groupon. Right now at the time of this writing, Groupon has an offer on tickets to the Holocaust Museum offering discounts of close to 50% off. Deals may change throughout the year, so check the link to see what’s available now.
2. Kids Are Always Free
If you’ll be bringing your children with you to the Holocaust Museum Houston, you won’t have to pay for their admission. Kids are always free. Note, however, that the museum is not recommended for children under the age of 10 due to the content.
3. Students Get in Free
Students visiting Holocaust Museum Houston get in at no cost. College students must present a valid student ID upon entry.
4. Discount Tickets Available for Seniors and Military
If you’re active duty military, AARP member, or just someone 65 or older, you can get Holocaust Museum Houston discount tickets for just $8. That’s a 33% discount off the regular price of admission.
5. Visit on a Free Day
The Holocaust Museum Houston is also always completely free on Sundays and specific holidays; check the museum’s website for specific dates.
6. Become a Member
As an HMH member, you always get free admission year-round with your membership. Membership starts at $25 for students and teachers, $50 for individuals, or $75 for a couples membership. Members also get discounts in the museum store, discounted tickets to special museum programming, invitations to exclusive member events, and more. Click here to learn more about becoming a member.
About The Holocaust Museum
The Holocaust Museum Houston features changing galleries that offer intellectually and aesthetically challenging exhibits that encourage visitors to examine the Holocaust, contemporary genocides, and larger topics of prejudice and hatred from a variety of perspectives. There are permanent exhibits including two continuously-running films, “Voices” and “Voices II”, in which Holocaust survivors share their first-hand experiences. Other exhibits include an authentic 1940s rail car similar to the ones used to carry millions of Jews to their deaths and a Danish fishing boat similar to the ones used to save thousands of Danish Jews.
Holocaust Museum Houston Hours
The Holocaust Museum Houston is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Saturday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, and Sunday from noon to 5:00 pm.
Holocaust Museum Location & Parking
Note that as a result of ongoing expansion and renovation, the Holocaust Museum Houston has temporarily moved to 9220 Kirby Drive, Suite 100. Parking is free in any unmarked spaces or spaces marked “HMH” in the parking lot next to the museum. Visit hmh.org for more information about the Holocaust Museum Houston’s expansion and temporary move.