Virtual School Programs

Investigate the connection between Jewish traditions and outer space and explore the lives of people who have studied, imagined, and even traveled to the cosmos.

Designed for grades 3rd-12th. 

At the JMM, we tell the stories of Jewish Maryland. Immerse your students in an interactive learning experience, igniting their curiosity and fostering personal connections. Our exhibits, collections and programs share stories that will make students question, laugh, think, and feel deeply.

During this time, we have been working to bring many of our education programs to the virtual classroom.  You can work directly with our education team to build an experience for your students that will enrich their classroom learning. 

Plan Your Visit

Our education programs are available for Jewish, public, parochial, and private schools, as well as homeschool groups, camps, colleges, and other educational groups.

Dates and Times: Sunday to Thursday – 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Reservations:  Advanced booking required; please submit a virtual visit request form. All programs are booked on a first come, first served basis.


Questions? Please contact Museum Educator Marisa Shultz at

The Maryland presentation of this exhibit is made possible in part by the generous support of a gift in memory of Patrick J. Kelly Jr., a Baltimore Science Fiction Society Founder; The Joseph & Harvey Meyerhoff Family Charitable Funds; PNC Greater Maryland; Larry Boltansky.


Additional funding from: Greif Family Fund; Kutler Family Philanthropic Fund; The Kaplan-Kronsberg Family Charitable Fund; A gift in memory of Jim Guy; Emelie Schwab & Family in Memory of James Schwab; Harriet Stulman; Philip Tulkoff; Julian H. Krolik and Elaine F. Weiss Philanthropic Fund; Annette and Michael Saxon Fund and Moog Music.