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Museum of Tolerance, Los Angeles

Categories: History Museums, Specialty Museums, Museums
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3.9/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web
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  • This museum focuses a lot on the rise of Hitler and the importance of paying attention to demagogues as well as focusing on the events that followed his rise and the Holocaust. This was very interesti...  read more »
  • I first attended this museum for a field trip when I was in private school at young age. I feel the what I took away from the history was profound and breaks one's heart. The lessons taught should nev...  read more »
  • MOT is a must. It starts out gently, discussing the history and development of anti-semitism in Europe, with dioramas depicting people (narration gave each persons' history) and conversations , nd seg...  read more »
  • 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 powerful museum. The Holocaust section is very innovative and they don't ignore other historical massacres like other museums in the same space. The small video clip when you enter the tolerance section (to pick a door) is definitely a great highlight.
  • Pretty bad museum. Except the nice security guy, everybody here has an attitude starting from the receptionist. Will not recommend this museum to my friends.Furthermore the name of this museum is pretty bad when you see what is going on in Israel / Palestine. Not sure I see a lot of tolerance there ...
  • 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.
  • Haunting and heartbreaking. This museum will give you an understanding of what people endured during the darkest time of modern history.
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