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Museum of Tolerance

Simon Wiesenthal Plaza, 9786 W. Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90035
+1 310-772-2505
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The Museum of Tolerance is a human rights laboratory and educational center dedicated to challenging visitors to understand the Holocaust in both historic and contemporary contexts and confront all forms of prejudice and discrimination in our world today.
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Simon Wiesenthal Plaza, 9786 W. Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90035
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Reviewed 26 May 2016 via mobile

I arrived early on a Wednesday and was excited to see that two holocaust survivors would be speaking that afternoon. Unfortunately there were a lot of school groups and tickets were sold out until the late afternoon. I didn't think to buy tickets ahead of...More

Thank Katherine S
Reviewed 3 May 2016 via mobile

Hard to do tough subjects in a compelling way, but this museum succeed in all visual and engaging ways to be provocative, illuminating and powerful. Permanent exhibit is stellar, but the Anne Frank exhibit is off the chart. Just when you think you've read, seen,...More

Thank PlatinumHoney
Reviewed 29 April 2016 via mobile

I visited this museum as a class trip. I don't know how the museum operates normally, but there were docents that guided us around the exhibits and were very informative. Even the Anne Frank exhibit was visited, which is a story about her life through...More

Thank worldtraveler267
Reviewed 25 April 2016

This museum is somewhat camouflaged by its location. It's on an unassuming block in a relatively lackluster neighborhood. But the exhibits and the depth of presentation on the issue of the Holocaust and other world genocides is impressive. The exhibits are well-curated and informative and...More

Thank jcduncan2001
Reviewed 11 April 2016

The Museum of Tolerance is an outstanding collection of historical items, artifacts & ephemera primarily focused on the 1933-45 Nazi Germany era, but with asides to post war examples as well. Staff is knowledgeable and very helpful. Superbly presented so that learning & understanding is...More

2  Thank David B L
Reviewed 7 April 2016 via mobile

When we got there, we were given an orientation time on a ticket. So we wandered outside to the courtyard. There we found cement pieces big enough to trip on and what I think we're lights sticking up out of the cement about a half...More

1  Thank Lynella J
Reviewed 13 March 2016

the exhibits are well done and this is a tribute to the poor victims of the Holocaust. The place was very clean and well done. I found many of the exhibits very informative. This is a nice place to visit and remember.

1  Thank TAMAN1951
Reviewed 10 March 2016

The Museum of Tolerance is, for the most part, dedicated to the victims of Hitler's reign. It is a great place for most ages. I would not take a child under 9, because it is very upsetting. It reminds of all of what can happen...More

1  Thank Elizabeth L
Reviewed 9 March 2016

I live in LA and have always wanted to go but I was concerned that it would be too depressing. It was so eye opening and a regret not going sooner. Everyone knows the basics and some know more but this experience cannot be missed....More

3  Thank Laura T
Reviewed 27 February 2016

I went here for a school field trip and it was breathtaking. I don't even think we got through the whole museum, but the parts we did see were amazing. The holocaust section was striking. There were some modernized touches, like lit up vignette areas...More

2  Thank Emma L
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Response from Shamballa Prisc... W | Reviewed this property |
We went through on our own and it was fine. We got through the Museum of Tolerance at our leisure including the short films they were showing in about 2 hours. I would expect the same for the Anne Frank side although I did... More
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Response from LH L | Reviewed this property |
I suggest you ask the museum directly. Given whom Trump is appointing, I think the main message that applies today from this museum (& others that discuss genocide & the Holocaust) is that we canNOT be silent. We must... More
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