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Learn about the new FREE Ticket Program for School Group Participants 

 Beginning March 14, students on Museum school tours will receive a coupon for a free ticket and 20% off two more tickets on their next visit 

(St. Louis, March 11, 2024) – In honor of St. Louis’ 314 Day, the St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum is introducing a new program designed to facilitate return visitation to the Museum among its student visitors. Beginning March 14, 2024, following each booked school visit, educators will receive a set of coupons in the mail to distribute to their students. Each coupon is good for one free student ticket, and 20% off up to two additional tickets.  

“We have been encouraged by the number of student groups and their dedicated teachers who have visited the Museum in recent months,” said Myron Freedman, the Museum’s Executive Director. “Each of them is a witness to Holocaust history, and in honor of 314 Day, we are taking a new step to enlist students in St. Louis and the surrounding region to come back as teachers. Now, all students who have visited the Museum will be able to return with friends or family at a much lower cost, allowing them to share what they learned during their visit with their loved ones.”  

The Museum expects to distribute thousands of coupons over the next several months. Coupons will be mailed to educators who book a school visit in the days following their Museum visit. Educators interested in bringing their class to the Museum can learn more at  

The St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum is dedicated tousing the history and lessons of the Holocaust to reject hatred, promote understanding, and inspire change. The Museum is open Wednesday-Sunday, 10 am to 4:30 pm. Tickets, memberships, and group tour reservations are currently available. The St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum is a proud partner of the Jewish Federation of St. Louis. The Federation founded the Museum in 1995 and nurtured and maintained it for 25 years. Learn more at