The Museum of Tolerance presents unique and exciting interactive exhibits, special events, and youth and adult education programs. These exhibits confront issues of prejudice and discrimination, the legacy of the Holocaust and contemporary human rights issues. 'Finding Our Families, Finding Ourselves' showcases the diverse personal histories of several noted Americans, including Dr. Maya Angelou, Billy Crystal, Carlos Santana and Joe Torre. The exhibit celebrates experiences common to being part of an American family and encourages visitors to seek out their own histories, mentors and heroes.
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The Museum strongly recommends advance reservations. Please call (310) 772-2505 to reserve your tickets. Last ticket is sold at approximately 3:30 pm daily. (1:00 pm on Fridays when the Museum has an early close.)
Monday-Friday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm* *(early close at 3:30 pm on Fridays November - March)Sunday 10:00 am - 5:00 pmOpen late on Thursday nights for "Anne" only – last admittance 8:00 pm; 9:30 pm close. Last ticket is sold at approximately 3:30 p.m. daily (1:00 p.m. on Fridays when the Museum has an early close).
Saturdays Jewish holidaysNew Year's Day Memorial DayJuly 4th Labor DayThanksgiving Day Christmas Day
Tip: When planning your visit, please note that each of the three main exhibits takes approximately 1½ hours.
From Downtown Los Angeles: Santa Monica Freeway (10) West to Robertson Boulevard. Make a right (north) on Robertson Boulevard to Pico Boulevard Turn left (west) onto Pico Boulevard. From South Bay and Surrounding Areas: San Diego Freeway (405) North to the Santa Monica Freeway (10) East. Exit at Overland/National. Turn right and then right again onto Overland and continue to Pico Boulevard Turn right on Pico Boulevard.
Comments aboutSmart Destinations Museum of Tolerance:
If you want to include something really educational on your vacation this is the place. Great examples of how we should learn from history.This place is definitely worth a visit. The museum is beautiful and there's definitely a lot of work put into it I was able to visit the Holocaust Center. Definitely an exhibit worth visiting. There's so much information and visuals given, it's overwhelming. There's just so much to know and understand all that has taken place in history. Not what you might think to visit on vacation but worth it.