Situated in Los Angeles, the Museum of Tolerance is a famous attraction of international recognition. The main objective of its creation was to bring focus and enrich the world with the knowledge and reasons behind the existence of the diversification of human race and the practise of prejudice. The Museum inspired a strong base and influence of the Holocaust.
It also includes culture and principles of dealing with the various human atrocities. Featuring an extensive application and usage of multimedia, the museum is also accompanied and accessorized by a training and developing centre for development of professionals.
The chief feature of the museum is its inclusion of the Tolerancenter, which has been planned and designed to make progress and deal with the numerous situations of prejudice which arise regularly in the world.
The museum also has a vast and selected collection of heritage archives, official documents of historical importance, as well as accommodations for modern exhibits and temporary displays of the creations of various artists. These features and inclusions of the museum make it a grand and educative site of visit for the visitors from all over the world.
- Adults: USD 15.50
- Seniors (62+) : USD12.50
- Students with ID & Youth 5-18 (under 5 no charge): USD 11.50
- Closed early at 3:30 p.m. on Fridays: November - March
- Open late on Thursday nights for "Anne" only: last admittance 8:00 pm; 9:30 pm close
- W. Pico. Boulevard
- Jimmy’s Snack Bar
- Smoothie Zone
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1.68% of people who visit Los Angeles include Museum Of Tolerance in their plan
95% of people start their Museum Of Tolerance visit around 10 AM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Museum Of Tolerance
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Powerful chance to remember history and hopefully not repeat it, plus hands-on tolerance section that promotes empathy, responsibility and involvement that transcend WWII. Highlight was the testimony from a Holocaust survivor, a heartbreaking treasure that my kids' kids will not be able to experience. Must go. I'd love more sections on proactive, hopeful ideas of how to create a world where no one gets treated like this.
Stunning, powerful, place. Plan for three hours or more. We didn't have anywhere near enough time to see everything. But, what we did see left a strong impression on everyone in our party (from 13 yr old to 75yr old).
The museum was full of interesting facts and objects. The tour guide was amazing, she really gave us great information and kept it interesting. Security is a little tight but it is a museum with real artifacts after all. There is a bookstore but it really only has books on the topics of the museum. There are three topics, Anne Frank, the Holocaust, and hate crimes. They are all great. The museum itself is very neat and organized. The restroom is clean but there are only two, one in the main floor and on the third floor. Great experience.
Great educational value. Very well presented. The speaker was very inspiring and uplifting. Everyone will gain the great insight especially during these days when our democracy is being put to the test. Its on the past but the lessons of the past is still applicable today. Get there early as there is so much to see and understand. We came midday and did not see all of the exhibits. We'll have to come back.
Very informative and the volunteer tour guides are really interesting. The millennium machine was a fun change of pace.