Great exhibit to see the heritage of my family lineage. Would recommend anyone of the Jewish faith to visit the next time you are in the area.
A must do if in LA. Free and well done. I would strongly recommend the headset......we passed because we thought we could easily walk through without it, but we couldn't have been more wrong. The headset would have added a lot to the experience and elaborated on many of the exhibits that were not in English.
Not a well known a traction so certainly not crowded. It is smaller than other museums but well organized and very visual. Also free. I would recommend skipping the guided tour and doing the audio tour. We missed so much info by the guided tour and did not have time to redo the whole museum with the audio. Would appreciate... More
This is a well thought out and respectful display of a tragic episode in our history. We are a family of five with three teenagers and wanted to visit this museum. We only knew about it as we saw it on one free map given to us but boy was it really hard to find! Even our trusty sat nav... More
On our trip to CA we decided to add a bit of history to the trip. My teenage daughter is very interested in the Holocaust and asked if we could visit this museum. We didn't realize how hidden the museum was.... we drove around the block several times before realizing the museum parking is underground with no signage advertising the... More
This place is different then The Museum of Tolerance. This is about the Holocaust, the people/families who were there and about family members who died. It is full of information and you can get headphones and an iPod touch so that you may listen to someone tell you about the articles and people they are showcasing. There is a wall... More
I was disappointed because I thought it would be similar to the museum in Washington D.C. but it was small and did not have the dramatic displays of items like the Washington D.C. museum. I did not like how everything was audio and the information was all given through the ipod. There are 31 hours of audio to listen to... More
We were on our last day of our holiday and were advised to visit the farmer market where we had a great lunch and wonder around the shops. We looked on trip advisor for any attractions near-by and found the museum was within walking distance, what a find! The museum is clear bright with very helpful staff. We arrived just... More
We visited here during Spring Break with our son. It is near the Grove and Farmer's market so is quite convenient. The Museum is very good with lots of information in various rooms and different themes. It is a sad story but there are some who fought against the horror (Sugihara, Schlinder) so parts were uplifting. I know the story... More
We only found out about this museum from signs at the nearby Grove Shopping mall. Buit into the park opposite this is a very moving museum with the story very well told,for people of all ages. We were fortunate enough to be guided by a wonderful lady , herself a survivor. Excellent
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