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Education Overview

The Hunger Games: The Exhibition presents a one-­of-­a-­kind educational experience rooted in science, math, English language arts and technical reading, social studies, and 21st century skills content. Celebrating one of the world's biggest literary and cinematic phenomenons, the exhibition is aligned with 5 interconnected sets of standards for Grades 7-12:

  • The Common Core English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, & Technical Subjects
  • The Next Generation Science Standards
  • The National Core Arts Standards
  • The National Standards for History
  • The C3 Framework for Social Studies State Standards

A comprehensive listing of the goals and standards addressed by The Hunger Games: The Exhibition is available to download below.

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Educator's Guide

The specially designed Educator’s Guide is comprised of Exhibition thought questions and four stand-alone project-­based learning modules, including teacher preparation materials, student activities, assessment tools, supporting materials, and additional resources. Each module challenges students to think critically about The Hunger Games, draw on their experiences from the Exhibition, and expand their horizons as they delve deeply into the world of Panem.

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Group Booking

All groups of 10 or more enjoy substantial savings.
Student group rate (3-18 yo): $15.00 per ticket.

Contact Tickets for Groups

To make a reservation, visit www.ticketsforgroups.com, call 888.507.6909
or email: sales@ticketsforgroups.com

The Hunger Games series is written by Suzanne Collins published by Scholastic Inc.

Official Hotel Partners Of The Hunger Games: The Exhibition Hotel Packages Now Available!

Hilton San Francisco Union Square

The Hilton San Francisco Union Square is steps away from the heart of the city and offers stylish suites with fantastic views from up to 40 floors above San Francisco, an outdoor pool and fantastic onsite dining. The Hunger Games package includes two VIP tickets to The Hunger Games: The Exhibition.

Hilton San Francisco Union Square
333 O'Farrell St, San Francisco, CA 94102​

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Parc 55 San Francisco – a Hilton Hotel

With a downtown location in vibrant San Francisco, Parc 55 San Francisco – A Hilton Hotel invites you to enjoy a relaxing stay in a modern suite with panoramic views from up to 32 floors above the city. The Parc 55 is the perfect setting to experience the finest shopping, dining and entertainment that the city has to offer. The Hunger Games package includes two VIP tickets to The Hunger Games: The Exhibition.

Parc 55 San Francisco – a Hilton Hotel
55 Cyril Magnin St, San Francisco, CA 94102​​

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Download the Mobile Guide

The Hunger Games: The Exhibition Mobile Guide is the official mobile companion to The Hunger Games: The Exhibition, now open in San Francisco.

 

The Hunger Games: The Exhibition celebrates the blockbuster The Hunger Games franchise and Katniss’s epic journey like never before. This dynamic exploration of the art, science, pageantry and history of the world of Panem features iconic costumes, props, and set recreations that highlight the technological wizardry and amazing artistry that brought this world to life. Visit the exhibition in person to see high-tech, hands-on interactives that let you dive into exciting behind-the-scenes content, engage deeply with the world of the films, and discover a whole new side of the stories that took the world by storm.

When you visit the exhibition, use this app for a deep dive into the world of The Hunger Games and track your own journey with a digital Panem Passport, gaining stamps as you travel among the Districts and complete interactive tasks. Along the way, you can capture and share your own souvenir photos in places like the Tribute Train, the interview set of Capitol TV and District 13. You can discover and unlock bonus hidden content in the mobile companion, including media recovered from the Capitol’s surveillance cameras and from District 13’s digital storage units.