Los Angeles Museum of The Holocaust is at 100 S. The Grove Dr., at the n.w. corner of Pan Pacific Park, which is just e. of the Farmers Market/The Grove parking structures. Fronting the museum is the Holocaust Monument: six black-granite columns honoring the 6 million Jews murdered in the Holocaust. Inside you'll be given headphones and an iPod Touch so you can listen to the audio that accompanies the many video exhibits throughout the eight galleries, where themes range from pre-World War II Jewish life to the rise of Nazism to the liberation of the concentration camps. Along your journey you'll see artifacts and watch interviews at the Tree of Testimony, a 70-screen display showing nearly 51,000 Holocaust survivor testimonies.
Note: Guests parking on-site will have their trunks opened and photo IDs checked.
Sat.-Thurs. 10-5, Fri. 10-2. Guided tours depart Sun. at 2. Holocaust survivors tell their stories in a small lecture room Sun. at 3. Closed major holidays and some Jewish holidays. Phone ahead to confirm schedule. Allow 1 hour minimum.