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Museum Of Tolerance

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Los Angeles, CA 90035
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I really like the pictures there. Very informative.

Worst

In this museum I expected a lot of good things. However, I was disappointed this is probably the most boring museum I have ever been to. The art is not interesting and the writing...

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learning experience 4/18/2007

in the MOT you learn a lot of different things I went there for the fist time in the 9th grade and go back every year. I take as many friends as possible they learn new things and it impacts their life so much. more

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Museum of Tolerance 9/30/2005

The Museum of Tolerance is a place you should check out at least once to gain some perspective and learn some history of what happened to certain people in history. The holocast exhibit is pretty well known and its a definite experience. Check it out! You shouldn't be dissapointed. I think the prices were cheap. more

Museum of Tolerance 9/24/2005

I visited the Museum of Tolerance once just so I could get some extra credit in one of the classes I was taking at my local community college. I expected a horribly boring time when I headed there but was surprised at how interesting their exhibits were. Many were eye opening and a bit disturbing. Overall, it is definitely worth the time to visit. more

Horribly Boring 8/19/2005

In this museum I expected a lot of good things. However, I was disappointed this is probably the most boring museum I have ever been to. The art is not interesting and the writing on the wall depicts nothing new. The information has all been told before and there is little moving pictures int he museum such as videos. It feels like a museum from five hundred years ago. more

Museum of Tolerance 8/17/2005

Galleries are filled with advanced technology, hands-on computer stations, interactive displays, films and video. One wall-sized, digital map documents 250 current hate groups in the United States. Another deals with civil rights struggles in the past century. The "Point of View Diner" exhibit addresses personal responsibility, re-creating a 1950's diner with a menu of controversial topics on the jukebox. After visitors select a topic, they input their opinions and have them instantly tabulated. Admission: $9, adults; $7, seniors; $5.50, students, children Each visitor gets a photo passport card of a child whose life was involved in the events of the Holocaust. Visitors' passports are updated during the tour, and at the end the child's fate is revealed. more

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Tolerance 8/17/2005

The Museum of Tolerance is famous for its contraversal exhibits such as the one with the gas killings of people. It is indeed an eye opener though, and is an experience that should probably be experienced by everyone. Anyone that lives in Southern California should see the intolerances that people went through. more

More Than Just PC 8/17/2005

The museum of tolerance is a great educatioonal So Cal desstination. It is separated into two sections, the tolerance museum and the holocaust museumm. The tolerance museum is a bit... well... It's good for children and adolescents. The holocaust exhibit is worth the trip all by itself. Ccheck out the scedule for guest speakers. Upstairs is a huge exhibit with hours and hours of multimedia/video relating to the holocaust. more

Museum of Tolerance 8/6/2005

The museum of tolerance is a wonderful and exteemely educational experience for both mature children and adults of all ages. It focuses on the atrocities of World War II and the holocause, while also addressing other areas of the world where prejudice has resulted in horrendous injustice and dire consequeneces. i would hightly recommend it as an educational experience that will make a huge impact on your life./. more
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Editorial

  • In Short
    Topical screenings, special events and interactive displays draw diverse audiences who care about the past, and those simply interested in becoming more culturally ""in the...

  • 11/16/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Hours:

    Mon. - Fri. 9am - 5pm;Sat. - Sun. CLOSED
  • Payments:

    Cash
  • Neighborhoods:

    Beverlywood, West LA

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