Museum of Tolerance
9786 West Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90035
General Information:
310-553-8403

DIRECTIONS

HOTEL PACKAGE

HOURS


museum entrance

MUSEUM CLOSED DATES FOR 2007

ADMISSION

 Museum admission includes access to:
Tolerancenter  & Holocaust Exhibit
(Recommended for 12+ years)
Finding Our Families, Finding Ourselves
(All ages)
Personal Testimonies
Temporary Exhibitions

 Adults.......................................$13.00
 Seniors (62+).............................$11.00
 Students with I.D. & Youth 5-18...$10.00
 (Under 5 no charge)
  

 

MUSEUM MEMBERSHIP RATES

RESERVATIONS

General public can reserve pre-paid tickets in advance by calling 310 772-2505.

RESERVATIONS

General public can reserve pre-paid tickets in advance by calling 310 772-2505.

GROUP RESERVATIONS
Advance reservations are recommended for all groups of 20 or more. To schedule a group visit, please call 310-772-7639 or at groupreservations@wiesenthal.net
Please include your name, the name of your organization, telephone number and email address.

TOURS FOR SCHOOL GROUPS
The Museum offers Docent led tours for schools and groups of 20 or above. For group or school reservations, please call 310-772-7639 or email: groupreservations@wiesenthal.net

DINING
The Museum Cafeteria provides light meals, snacks, and refreshments and is located on the 4th Floor of the Museum.

ACCESSIBILITY AND SPECIAL NEEDS
The MOT is accessible to all visitors.


Wheelchairs- All exhibits are wheelchair accessible. Standard wheelchairs are available from the Security Office at no charge. To borrow a wheelchair, visitors will be asked to leave a driver’s license or I.D. with Security.

Parking- There are accessible parking spaces located near the elevator on the entry level of the parking lot.

Restrooms- All public restrooms include accessible facilities.

Assistive Animals- Visitors who require assistive animals, such as guide-dogs, are welcome to bring them to the MOT.

Braille Text- To help visitors who are blind or vision impaired, a Braille Museum Orientation is available at the Front Desk.

To help visitors who are hearing impaired, a number of exhibits include closed captioning or text panels. The Front Desk has a large print Museum Orientation, with text description of many of the exhibits.

Sign Language Interpreters – At this time, the MOT is not able to provide Sign Language Interpreters. However, Sign Language Interpreters, who are accompanying school groups or the public and assisting visitors who are hearing impaired, are admitted to the Museum at no charge.

For your special needs call: 310 772.2510, or e-mail
esamuels@wiesenthal.net

PHOTOGRAPHY POLICY
Photography, audio taping, and video taping are not permitted anywhere in the Museum.

 
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