Museum of Tolerance, the world-renowned museum delves into the dark world of racism and prejudice while highlighting the ... More
Museum of Tolerance
Museum of Tolerance, the world-renowned museum delves into the dark world of racism and prejudice while highlighting the Holocaust as the most extreme example of man's inhumanity to man. Interactive exhibits, two theaters, a research floor and gallery for special exhibitions within the Simon Wisenthal Center are just part of the experience and soul you will find here. Tours are self-guided and typically last two and a half hours. Some exhibits are recommended for those 12 years and above.
I love everything about it. I went as an 8th grade field trip. it's now been 5 years ago and i still remember eveery single detail about it. this experience literally changed my life into being a better person and made me realize that everyone in this whole world is prejudice but im trying my best not to be.
The Museum of Tolerance provides an interactive history lesson taking you back to times where inequality was normal. Real-live footage of the LA riots and the torment that people caused among themselves shows the younger generation what life use to be like. The main focus of this museum is to show the the Holocaust and it's history.
The Museum of Tolerance is an absolute must for anyone, tourists as well as residents of the L.A. area. In itself, the museum is worth a trip from anywhere in the world.
While it can't be classified as "fun", the experience is so educational, so informative and so spell-binding, that no one comes away from it without being touched profoundly.
It is an informative, thoroughly documented look at and behind the havoc wreaked by unharnessed prejudice. It is no wonder educators take students there every year; it is no wonder gang members who commit hate crimes are court-ordered to take the tour.
Do not miss this. It is an awesome experience.
Although this museum is not the most uplifting, I always find myself dying to go there. It puts WWII in perspective so it's easy for everyone to understand, and there's a hands-on room that is shocking. There's not one negative aspect of the museum. I will warn you that you will probably cry.
I was truly impressed by how much information that was available. The speakers were wonderful. It saddened me and also made me feel hopeful. The museum truly accomplishes what is needed for our ignorant society.
i went in a field trip for school, and it was great. The information there is very important, and it's a place everybody should go. It's about everything in the world's history that had to do with tolerance.
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