Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, Los Angeles
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I have been to various Jewish museums all over the world and this one is the best. Prague walking the Jewish quarter was close but this is informative and so surreal highly recommended
This was a lovely and inspiring place to hold an alumni event. Relatives of holocaust survivors and scholars spoke to our alumni group and provided heartfelt insight into one of the worst times in hum... read more »
We found this museum by "accident" and so glad we did! Within walking distance of the Tar Pits so can park there and do both in 1 day. There is so much to listen to and learn about that you could be t... read more »
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So this museum is right across from The Grove. Just so you know the parking and admission is FREE. The parking lot has a gate, so you have to hit a button to buzz the place and they'll ask you how many people are coming, then they'll open the gate for you to come in. The parking underground is plentiful. After you park your car and get out to your car, you take the elevator up to the museum. They offer you an audio and headphones, which I recommend you taking (don't worry its FREE also). You get to visit through the 9 exhibits and your audio device comes in handy so you can hear the information and hear what other people had to say about their experience. It is a good educational experience. The whole exhibit takes about over an hour to complete. If you end up taking the time and listening to every audio clip, it may take a few hours.
Knew a good deal about the holocaust before coming here, but I learned even more after visiting! Lot's of detail, great architectural design. Definitely use the headphones to listen to each piece of information. Makes the experience a lot better. Overall great museum!
Nice place to visit too bad it's all propaganda bullshit
A very interesting museum even everything there i knew from family.
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