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Museum of Tolerance, Los Angeles

This amazing museum features comprehensive, powerful exhibits on the Holocaust of World War II.

This amazing museum features comprehensive, powerful exhibits on the Holocaust of World War II. An interactive experience, the museum challenges visitors to look inside themselves and assess their own levels of tolerance. This is the antidote to theme park burnout: the museum is highly interactive and engages kids (about 10 and older). Find your kids asking you about such things as racial and economic tensions. A highlight of the museum is priceless, live testimonies by Holocaust survivors. The Museum is a unique experience, creating the best kind of memories and interactions for families.


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About Museum of Tolerance

 9786 West Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, United States

 +1 310-553-8403

 www.museumoftolerance.com

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