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Museum of Tolerance, Los Angeles
(3.9/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • This is an experience everyone must experience at least once in their lifetime. Many exhibits regarding many hate and genocide historical incidents. 
  • I assume the target audience is school kids. Were groups of school kids. While exhibits were well done, I have a good education on various genocides & THE Holocaust. I did not pay the extra $ to go to...  more »
  • Incredibly moving museum that should be a must see not only for visitors to LA, but residents as well. It is shocking that there are young people who are not aware of the very recent history that caus...  more »
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  • The museum's expositions are incredible educating and interesting. Not an easy subject, of course. Nothing new on intolerance and rasism in modern world, but nevertheless you feel it so deeply while watching and reading about it here. Unfortunately you may have to wait an hour to get to the main exposition because it's time for a school tour.. And the price is quite high - $15 for each exposition and, btw, get your ID ready, they check you as if you were on a military base...
  • What an eye opener. Just loved the history. Hitler and Donald Trump have the same personality. My God, let not history repeat itself. Don't let our country regress to Hitler days.
  • Very well made. You truly feel a touch of the horrors people went through during the Holocaust. Definitely not recommended for kids under 12, should be a mature 12 year old.
  • It was a nice experince and everyone should try it one time in their life. But my only complain is that I couldn't find the start of the tour and kinda got lost.
  • Nice museum. Lots of info. Most I've already seen and heard, but good for the masses. More people should see this place and learn about history so it doesn't repeat itself.