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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...more
This is an amazing museum and a great learning educational experience. It has great displays including numerous high tech venues. It covers the horrors of the Holocaust AND also includes a real serious message about tolerance of others. It included a multitude of topics including...More
We heard that the Anne exhibit was fantastic and we were not disappointed.
There were two main exhibits when we went; Anne ($15.50 admission fee) and Holocaust Section ($15.50 admission fee). We decided to only visit the Anne exhibit as we didn’t want to pay...More
We only had a 2.5 hours here and during that time we interacted with an interesting presentation about the Holocaust. Despite knowing quite a bit already, it was both very touching and added information.
There was material on other forms of hate and discrimination, and...More
My wife and I had hours to kill before our red-eye flight home, so we stopped in at the Museum of Tolerance. What an amazing discovery about important subject matter in this day and age. We spent 4 hours there, learned a lot about tolerance...More
A must visit for people close to that area. The museum is informative and interactive, making it meaningful and comfortable to visit at the same time. But by "comfortable", of course, I am by no means referring to the content itself, but how the museum...More
Los Angeles is such a fun city, and with so much to do. Might be difficult to visit a museum which is not fun, exciting and mesmerizing. But this is an opportunity to understand our world, history and the scary things people can do. We...More
Even if you have been here before, go back and see the Anne Frank exhibit. You travel through her life from a young age until her death. In between all of the wisdom writings and dreams of her’s are beautifully scripted. It reminds you of...More