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Museum of Tolerance, Los Angeles

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  • This Museum is different from others in that it provided a excellent look into the Holocaust and separate Anne Frank diary and events during this period. We took the interactive holocaust tour first w...  more »
  • This is not the right place to visit when in the middle of a family vacation designed for fun and relaxation. It is the perfect place to visit if you have a child, parent, other relative or friend who...  more »
  • The layout of this museum is so well done. I love how you walk through and listen instead of having to read a ton. I have to admit, the current section was overwhelming. We were also able to hear a Ho...  more »
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  • Very eye opening experience. The Holocaust exhibition was great and very saddening at the same time. We also had the chance to hear the story of Mrs. Angelina Billauer who was speaking about her experience as a Holocaust survivor in person. After her speech my 9 year old daughter felt compelled to walk up to her and give her a hug and say she was sorry about everything that has happened to her. I highly highly recommend this to anyone and everyone.
  • Unorganized, we paid $15 for a $5 experience. We made reservations as recommended but were not guided as presumed. We were ushered in to an already started session and were behind a small group that had a commentator. Lots of silent times I'm assuming that's where the staff would interject? Overall the walk through was informative and interesting. Would of liked more direction than just being aloof. If we would of waited 5 minutes we would of been part of a guided group. 2 star for free parking. The survivor speaker we only caught 2 minutes of the interview/discussion we were not able to ask questions.
  • Simply amazing. There is so much there. I could not finish it in one day (probably because I got there late). I noticed children would ask what all this was so maybe their level of comprehension and understanding could be a factor. Parking was also easy.
  • An emotional and moving experience. Learn about the atrocities that have occurred throughout​ history. This museum seeks to enlighten people and shine light on some of the darkest hours of humankind. An amazing staff will guide you through the many aspects of the museum. Bring tissue.
  • Amazing place. Try and hear one of the talks from the Holocaust survivors that they have come in to speak. I got to hear a 97 year old man recount his experiences and it changed how I saw the war.

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