You'll leave there feeling like you learned something new about yourself, the world we share and inspired to make the world a better place. Put this museum on your must see list.
The Anne Frank Exhibition, a permanent exhibition, had only recently opened when we arrived in October 2013. We'd visited before and found the Museum's "Finding our Families, Finding Ourselves" exhibition, narrated by Billy Crystal, very memorable. We would have visited again just to see that, as new narratives are added. But the highlight of the visit was the new Anne... More
Very worthwhile visit, beautifully put together. Self-guiding so you can spend as much or as little time as you want. But there is always someone close by to answer your questions or help you find the exhibit you are looking for. Free parking garage, security check inside. Book store/gift shop. I especially enjoyed the replica of a sidewalk cafe where... More
Glad we made the time to visit although it is hardly an uplifting topic but one that shouldn't be ignored or forgotten. The holocaust exhibit was very well done, building up the story of the atrocity that affected millions of people. It's a shocking tale but one that must be told. I think that the presentation in the museum was... More
A very thoughtful display of important history, that must never be forgotten. Very knowledgeable, helpful, friendly staff. I would encourage all people to spend time in this museum, to honor the memory of those lost and to protect the future of our world!
My husband, myself and two teens have been wanting to visit museum for awhile and it's worth the drive through L.A. traffic. Easy to find, grateful for free parking. When entering museum everyone goes through security check, and you are then guided down to exhibits. The holocaust exhibit is very well put together, though we did get confused when we... More
They will tell you that some of the images may be disturbing for young children. I'm North of 50 and I found many of them disturbing. A number of the tour guides and speakers are Holocaust survivors. It's important that those horrendous events are never forgotten and never repeated. I made sure both of my children heard the stories. The... More
MOT was pretty interesting but i expected more. i guess i got my hopes up from reading the other reviews. it's worth a trip just so you can see what it's like for yourself. good thing about it is there's free parking! ;D
I had a great time at the museum. It doesnt soley talk about the holocaust, but us as a people. The tour guides were actual survivors and i even went to one of the story tellings from a lady that survived. Great museum to visit.
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