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Museum of Tolerance

Category: Monuments + Museums

9786 W. Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90064
310.553.8403

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Museum of Tolerance - Reviews from across the web

beautiful! - user review
I did like everything about it,the most interesting was that elie the old man was really a survivor at the holocaust.I cant believe.the other thing was that a lot of people died.T...
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Cant' wait to go back! - user review
There was nothing to dislike about. Its history,and good learning experience once you come out from there. I feel you need to humble yourself for so many reasons and most ...
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I think the space used for this museum would be better used as a parking lot. - user review
Its not very informative and it draws on peoples emotions by showing too many pictures. Teaching should be about information and not emotions. Come here for your indoc...
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Opened in 1993, the Museum... - expert review
Opened in 1993, the Museum of Tolerance is devoted to exploring not only the Holocaust of World War II, but also the topic of prejudice in the United States. You can see a re-c...
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I'm going to visit again! - user review
I have been to this museum twice in highschool, and for me it has been a very touching and sentimental experience. This museum is great for people to go visit and see what life a...
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oh my god!!!! - user review
it makes you want to go back over and over.it makes you cry and you can meet people from the holocaust and more you learn so much and make you think twice about living and what yo...
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Museum of Tolerance - expert review
The Museum of Tolerance is designed to expose prejudices, bigotry, and inhumanity while teaching racial and cultural tolerance. Since its opening in 1993, it's hosted 4 million visitors from around the world, including King Hussein of Jordan and the Dalai Lama. It's located in the Simon Wiesenthal C...
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Thought provoking - user review
I came to the Museum of Tolerance as part of teacher training through the Los Angeles Unified School District. Be prepared to laugh and cry, to be shocked, outraged. This is an...
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My awaking - user review
This place was a real eye opener. It helps you look back into the past and understand the torment these people had to live through. It was awful to watch but b...
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moving and disturbing - user review
This museum is a must see for all school kids and their teachers. The museum is divided into two learning centres. The first is about tolerance, and the displays timeline the history of...
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Great Experience - user review
It was our first time to see this museum and I think it was a great experience to learn how the Jews experienced hardshi...
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a sobering wake up call - user review
there is no other way to describe this place. you are not the same person when you leave this place that is all i can tell you. you owe it to yourself to visit this museum...
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Museum Of Tolerance - user review
Remember your tissues! This is an extremely emotional place to vist and very informative, not just about anti-Semitism and the Holocaust, but prejudice in general. Part of the tour involves you taking a card with the bio of someone during WWII and taking a trip in his or her shoes. At the end of the...
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Museum of Tolerance - expert review
Using interactive technology, this important museum (part of the Simon Weisenthal Center) challenges visitors to confront bigotry and racism. One of the most affecting sections covers the Holocaust, with film footage of deportation scenes and simulated sets of concentration camps. Each visitor is is...
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It's the Lectures! - user review
Its been about 5 years since Ive visited the museum. I view its impact as nearly overwhelming. I have thought about it over and over. I found it more profoud, personall...
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