Museum of Tolerance

A thought-provoking museum that will change the way you view through the world.

An exhibit at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles, California

The Museum of Tolerance set out to be “a symbol of society's quest to live peacefully together and a resource for information and counsel on how to reach that goal.” The museum has two central themes: the history of racism in America, and the story of the Nazi Holocaust. The two themes are displayed interactively in separate areas. Exhibits include the “Whisper Gallery,” a re-enactment of the infamous Wansee Conference, in which Nazi leaders devised a “Final Solution of the Jewish Question,” the Hall of Testimony, where visitors listen as Holocaust survivors bear witness, and the Global Situation Room, where the center's research staff tracks anti-Semitism and human rights violations worldwide.

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9786 W. Pico Blvd. Los Angeles CA 90035 U.S.


310-772-2505 Attraction’s Website

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