Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center

Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center

North Suburbs


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9603 Woods Dr., Skokie IL 60077

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The Third Largest Holocaust Museum in the World! This 65,000 sq. ft. center is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the Holocaust and teaching current generations about the need to fight hatred, indifference and genocide in today’s world. The museum features an authentic German rail car and other artifacts. Student and Group Tour friendly with multiple special event spaces including a 225 seat auditorium, a banquet hall perfect for sit-down meals, lectures, and training sessions, as well as classrooms for meetings and conferences.

Certifications / Ratings

LEED Certified Building

Facility Meeting Space Details

Permanent Stage

Private Meeting Space Available

Total Square Footage of Meeting Space 65000

Max Capacity, Banquet Style (Seated) 200

Max Capacity, Classroom Style 78

Max Capacity, Reception Style (Standing) 325

Max Capacity, Theater Style 300

Complete Buy-out Available

On-site Audio/Visual Equipment

Off-Site Catering Allowed

Exhibit Space Available

Largest Room, Banquet Capacity (Seated) 200

Largest Room, Classroom Capacity 30

Largest Room, Reception Capacity (Standing) 325

Largest Room, Theater Capacity 300

Number of Meeting Rooms 14

Preferred Catering Providers

General Facility Details

Military Discount

Family-friendly

Number of Retail Stores

ADA Compliant

Complimentary On-site Parking

Special Interest Tours Offered

Student Group Friendly

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Miles from McCormick Place 19.0

Miles from Navy Pier 16.8

Miles from Midway Airport 19.3

Miles from O'Hare Airport 12.6

Golf Nearby

Minimum Size for Group Admission Rate 20

Services Offered

Student Tours

Wheelchair Accessible

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