Museum Of Tolerance, Los Angeles

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Museum Of Tolerance, Los Angeles - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 9786 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90035, United States

Phone: +1-3105538403

Ticket Price: 16 USD

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Time Required: 04:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 09:30 pm Details

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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.

Museum Of Tolerance Ticket Prices

  • Adults: USD 15.50
  • Seniors (62+) : USD12.50
  • Students with ID & Youth 5-18 (under 5 no charge): USD 11.50

Museum Of Tolerance Opening and Closing Hours

  • 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

How To reach Museum Of Tolerance by Public Transport

  • W. Pico. Boulevard

Restaurants Near Museum Of Tolerance

  • Jimmy’s Snack Bar
  • Trimana
  • Smoothie Zone

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  • I visited the museum on Friday on a class trip for the 5th grade. We viewed the Immigration exhibit as part of our study into family history. It was the most engaging and interesting experience because of the most fabulous docent! Kenya was like no other in the past Her knowledge, enthusiasm, and the way she explained the material was with such passion. Thank you, Kenya for making our day at Museum of Tolerance a spectacular one!

  • Overall the experience was educational, very emotional in the Ann exhibit. I'd recommend to.leave the little ones at home until they are able to better understand. The ticket costs were $15 per adult and $12 For children (which I thought was kind of pricey) that's per exhibit as well. Spent about an 1 1/2 there, would return at a later time when my kiddos are able to actually read what's taking place.

  • I was only able to experience the Anne Frank exhibit today, I purchased the year pass so I will be back soon. The Anne Frank exhibit was GREAT so much information the entire exhibition was good and knowledgeable. It's sad to see people on an everyday basis complain about the stupidest and insignificant things on a daily basis. When millions of people out there have and continue to suffer on a daily basis. God Bless

  • Excellent experience. Highly recommend setting aside time to hear a holocaust survivor speak. This was the best part of the whole experience. The exhibits were.like being a part of a film walking you through the mindset of people and how Hitler came to power. Please take your youth. Don't let anyone forget what was done to these beautiful loving people.

  • I came here and was assisted (given a tour) by an older white woman I think her name was Diane? Shes sooooo passionate about her job, she's real, shes beautiful and inspiring. I enjoyed her company and I felt like I'd known her for years, the way she treated me and the kids I was chaperoning. Beautiful place, clean all over. No complaints.

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