Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
Los Angeles, CA 90036
- Sun-Thu, Sat 10am-5pm, Fri 10am-2pm
- All Major Credit Cards
- Lot available
LA Weekly's Description
The generation that survived the Holocaust is slowly dwindling, but this Mid-City museum in the heart of Plummer Park keeps the stories alive. And no museum or exhibit brings home the banality of evil and the overpowering enormity of what the Nazis wrought like the museum’s engrossing video art piece, Tree of Testimony. Screens display 52,000 survivors’ stories, each one cutting straight to the heart.
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Attendance is free!
Very moving museum. Gives a very early history of the Nazi party and follows through the end of the Second World War. So many first hand accounts and stories of survival.
Really good and informative museum. Audio tour is phenomenal. Donate to help the legacy.
LAMH dedicates itself as a primary-source institution that commemorates those who perished and survived the Holocaust by housing the artifacts that miraculously weathered war, ghettos and death camps.
Small museum, but great displays. Entry is free!
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