Museum of Tolerance
Museum of Tolerance
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Stéphane P
Bordeaux, Francia27 contributi
lug 2023 • Famiglia
Musée très intéressant et émouvant sur l'holocauste mais également les derives actuelles d'extrême droite via les réseaux sociaux.
Scritta in data 3 luglio 2023
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Linda R
1 contributo
mag 2023
I paid $41 for the tickets for May 29th and turns out that the museum was not even open on that date - thus I could not go. I need my money reimbursed for a ticket I could not even use.
Scritta in data 30 maggio 2023
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Jean C
2 contributi
mag 2023 • Amici
Excellent museum with information/education about bias/prejudice in all forms including the Holocaust.
Scritta in data 10 maggio 2023
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maynard f
2 contributi
nov 2022
You're absorbed in the human experience. Everything you see is relevant to our social past, present, and future actions and survival. All displays are interactive and introspective. One cannot be disconnected, no matter the faith, country, or morality. There is so much history and reflection that I saved the upper levels for another trip.
Scritta in data 6 novembre 2022
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Bonnieswanderings
2 contributi
ott 2022
Although I was here many years ago when my children were in elementary school, the experience was amazing again. I'm glad I got there at 10:30 am and could enjoy the exhibits without a group. Coming later would have been a rush. The recorded guide through the exhibits was perfect, and, contrary to my typical tiredness walking through other museums, the pace was perfect here, with benches to sit on but fascinating things to read and listen to. The historical context presented really painted a full picture of how Hitler came to power; a sober reminder of what can happen today as well. The interactive social lab, which highlights many social issues throughout the world, would be particularly meaningful to young people, as it answers ways they can take action to improve the world. Although the Anne Frank story is known well to almost all, the exhibit told more and was captivating. I wish this could be a required visit for every student in school, as well as all adults.
Scritta in data 4 novembre 2022
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Tom O
Peoria, AZ137 contributi
ott 2020
I visited this museum in early 2020 for the second time and it was just as powerful as the first time I'd was there in '17. The journey through the building sends a chill down your spine as you soak in the various ways mankind is cruel to itself in so many countries around the world and has been through history. Very educational and enlightening.
Scritta in data 27 settembre 2021
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alexisrachelletx
Nashville, TN1.719 contributi
feb 2020
The Museum of Tolerance is different from every other Holocaust museum I've been to (NY, Israel, DC). It's hard to explain but basically you and any people that walk in around the same time as you walk through the museum watching videos. You stand in one area and watch a video then the audio moves further down, you walk a few paces and another video starts there, etc. It was interesting, because I'd never been to a museum that approached it this way and I did see some interesting footage that I don't think I'd seen before. But I didn't really enjoy standing without walking for so much or that we had to stay in a group or that there wasn't really anything to read or get more information about. It's an interesting concept, but perhaps a limiting one? We knew they closed at 5pm, and we showed up a bit before 3:30pm. We were told that they don't really recommend anyone starting after 3:00 but didn't really understand why! Now I do! It takes about 1.5 hours to do all of the videos with the group of people you're with. There's a bit more to the museum, but we didn't get to explore that as it closed at 5pm (strangely, the Anne Frank exhibit is open until 6:30 although the rest of the museum closes at 5). If you live in LA, then this is a fine museum to visit/take your children to. If you're traveling to LA and have been to other Holocaust museums in the country, I don't necessarily think that this museum is a must see. Interesting, but not a museum I'd recommend (certainly not over other Holocaust museums).
Scritta in data 19 febbraio 2020
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ShesaBadMammaJamma
Brentwood, CA18 contributi
dic 2019 • Famiglia
We visited with our teen boys during spring break, on the way home to Northern California from San Diego. It was truly sobering. The museum itself is well done, but the most impactful experience is the opportunity to hear Holocaust survivors share their stories. While we had all learned about the Holocaust in school, hearing a first person account gave a very different perspective, making it “real” in a way that books simply can’t. We realized the importance of hearing such testimony while we still can (the survivors are mostly in their 90s), and returned during summer break, this time buying a membership. We heard two more survivors. Although there are common threads, each has a different story to tell. We returned during winter break, again on the way home from visiting family in San Diego. This time we heard from a survivor, as well as a former white supremacist. I believe speakers are scheduled daily. This is a must-do not just for families, but for everyone.
Scritta in data 3 febbraio 2020
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Benjamin
1 contributo
ott 2019
I was surprised that there was no mention of the Holodomor or Palestine or other massacres committed by Jews. So they should rename it to museum of Jewish history. The references to civil rights leaders are also shallow in that they don't talk about Malcolm X like they talk about MLK. Being a Jewish museum, they have to welcome immigrants and discuss their plight from only one side. So, if you are Jewish and you want to be given a serving of confirmation bias, this is the place. If you are not, then maybe find different museum? It won't teach you about the Holocaust, any more than watching Schindler's List or another Hollywood drama will. They never discuss it with hard evidence and facts, just anecdotes.
Scritta in data 5 gennaio 2020
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Willian F
Sao Paulo, SP56 contributi
nov 2019 • Coppie
If you have any previous knowledge about World War II, the Holocaust exhibition will not bring much learnings. The interactive activities are interesting, but their target is high school students, not adults.
The World Today exhibition is shallow and kind of tendentious, since it brings only one point of view of historical facts (for example, atomic bombs against Japan are not mentioned).
Also, videos are outdated.
Scritta in data 8 novembre 2019
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