Holocaust Museum, Los Angeles

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Admission to the Museum : Free

Holiday :  New Year’s Day, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day

Timing : Monday to Sunday - 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Friday – 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Amenities : Paid parking at The Grove Shopping mall

Metered Street Parking on Beverly Boulevard

Accessibility : Accessible to wheelchair use

American Sign Language (ASL) tour on request

Free Audio guides in Spanish and English

Prohibited Items : Hazardous Materials
Weapons
Food and Drinks (Except water)
Photography, audio, and video recording without flash for personal use is allowed

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Holocaust Museum, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Overview

Situated at the Pan Pacific Park of Los Angeles, California, the Holocaust Museum of Los Angeles is the oldest in the US founded by a group of local holocaust survivors. Culturally significant and historically an archetype of the worst of humanity, the museum stands as the reflection of Jewish suffering at the hands of the Nazis. It provides a crucial glimpse into the past by exhibiting various pieces of the holocaust. The tree of Testimony, one of its many exhibits, presents 51,000 heart-wrenching survivor testimonies

Among many exhibitions like Recalling a lost world, Newspapers and Survivors, and what they carry, Auschwitz Artefacts is one such display that enables the visitor to witness the infernal history of Auschwitz through various remnants in the form of cultural artefacts and everyday objects that belonged to the victims. The museum provides free access to everyone who wishes to explore through its well-organized galleries which stands analogous to the dark cabins of concentration camps. Spread along the area of twenty-seven-thousand-square meters, the architecture of the building is such that it immerses into the surrounding allowing the bushes to grow over the height of its roofs. The audio tours along with phenomenal display and architecture would be an inspiration for the cultural historian in you.

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