I hadn’t until today. Located on W. Pico/Roxbury in Culver City, there are several exhibits to get your inner self sparked towards peace and personal clarity.
With a walk through simulated gas chamber in the Holocaust gallery, you can get a slight visual sense of what it was like during Nazi Germany. The monitors move you through the storyline of happenings throughout WWII. How Hitler started and came to power. They also have several historical items from the time period.
One of the Areas was about the history of America and how it has grown through violence. While pointing out several who fought for equality and justice.
They had a few theater areas which were interactive.
Up on the 3rd floor is where you find an exhibit about family and friends and the beginning of the “western world”. This exhibit strengthens the thoughts of family and tugs at the heart with a message of Love.
Over all, coming out of there I felt very inspired to be a better person and give more love to the world. because despite our differences and disagreements, what we all have in common is each other.
The Museum of Tolerance
9786 West Pico Boulevard,
Los Angeles, CA 90035-4720