Los Angeles Museum Of The Holocaust, Los Angeles
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Los Angeles Museum Of The Holocaust, Los Angeles - Address, Phone Number
Address: 100 The Grove Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90036, United States
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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The story of the Holocaust is really disheartening. The founding of the Los Angeles Museum of Holocaust though is very inspirational. Founded in the year 1961, by a group of Hollywood high school students who realized that they had some or the other remembrance of the holocaust era. They shared their stories and the museum was made. The entry was made free for everyone, as the survivors wanted the shattering story of the Holocaust to reach as many people as possible. Like all museums dedicated to Holocaust, this museum also breaks your heart and gives you an insight into the ordeal that people had to face during the Nazi regime.
Los Angeles Museum Of The Holocaust Information
- Donations are appreciated.
- Eating, drinking, chewing gum and smoking are not permitted.
- Flash photography is not allowed.
- The Museum cannot guarantee entry to groups that arrive more than 30 minutes after their scheduled group reservation time.
Los Angeles Museum Of The Holocaust Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
Los Angeles Museum Of The Holocaust Opening and Closing Hours
- Closed on first day of Passover, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur.
How To reach Los Angeles Museum Of The Holocaust by Public Transport
- By Bus: Bus No - 14/37 and get off at Beverly/Gardner, Beverly/Genesee
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This museum is somewhat "hidden" next to the Pan Pacific park. I had been to this park before but didn't notice the museum in the past! In any case this is an awesome and informative museum about the horrors of the holocaust. The audio guide is especially good and there are more narratives than you can listen in 3 or 4 hours! There are tons of videos, photos, personal articles and models depicting what life was like during this dark period in history.
What an amazing place. Well organized and very informative. Friendly staff and very easy to pace yourself. So much to see so you might want to make a day of it in itself. A must see if you're in the area.
Is all right Is good I live the park and Grove next to it is great place need to go back
We enjoyed our visit there, my son is 10 and he was sad.....said it reminded him of us as Native Americans....museum staff are very nice, thank you
The museum is huge, so I suggest you to split your visit on couple days. Come here on Friday night - there is free jazz concert right in front of lantern monument. There is also free classics concert in the building every Sunday at 6p.m.
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