Visit The Museum of History and Holocaust Education
The Museum of History and Holocaust Education is free and open to the public. All events, exhibition openings, educational programs, and parking are also free and open to the public unless otherwise stated.
The Museum of History and Holocaust Education hours are 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday
Face Coverings & Social Distancing: Based on guidance from the University System of
Georgia (USG), masks are encouraged based on individual preference and assessment
of personal risk.
Directions from I-75: Take Exit 271 (Chastain Road). Turn east on Chastain Road. At the first intersection turn right on Busbee Drive. The Kennesaw State University Center will be on your right just before the KSU Center sign.
Directions from Cobb Parkway (US-41): Turn east on McCollum Parkway, and continue as it becomes Chastain Road. Cross over I-75, and turn right on Busbee Drive. The Kennesaw State University Center will be on your right just before the KSU Center sign.
Plan an enriching field trip for the 2023-2024 school year at the Museum of History
and Holocaust Education, accommodating groups of up to 110 guests per day. With diverse
exhibitions and educational topics suitable for 5th grade and older, our tours led
by museum educators are not only free with a reservation but also align with the Georgia
Standards of Excellence.
For a comprehensive guided group tour, explore details by reaching out to our K-12
Education Coordinator, Maddie Davis!