Through powerful interactive exhibits, the one-of-a-kind Museum of Tolerance challenges visitors to confront global human rights issues and to become witnesses to one of the greatest examples of man’s inhumanity to man -- the Holocaust.
The Museum’s unique interactive exhibits provide hands-on learning experiences designed to inspire visitors to learn from the past, engage in the present and assume responsibility for a more tolerant, respectful and peaceful future.
Share family memories while exploring America's extraordinary multicultural heritage in the delightful, immersive multimedia exhibit, "Finding Our Families Finding Ourselves", with virtual host, Billy Crystal. Features a treasure trove of personal stories from Dr. Maya Angelou, Carlos Santana, Joe Torre, and more.
Since 1993, we have welcomed over four million visitors and world leaders, including the Dalai Lama, UNESCO Chairmen, Prime Ministers and heads of state and we look forward to welcoming you.
The Museum of Tolerance is widely acknowledged for its outstanding special events and educational programs for youth and adults. Our Library & Archives offers extensive resources for youth and adults.Since 1996, over 100,000 professionals have particpated in our acclaimed Tools for Tolerance® training programs, please visit www.toolsfortolerance.com for more information.
VISITOR INFORMATION, please call 310-772-2506 for reservations. The MOT is designed for self-guided exploration after a brief orientation. Advance reservations are recommended. All visitors and cars are screened for security.