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The Last Goodbye: A Virtual Reality Experience

Travel with survivor Pinchas Gutter to the site of the Majdanek death camp with USC Shoah Foundation-The Institute for Visual History and Education's award-winning virtual reality experience, The Last Goodbye.

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Voices of History Summer Workshops: Film, Theater, Visual Art

Apply now for our summer film, theater and visual art workshops for middle and high school students. Students will engage in dialogue with Holocaust survivors and work with mentors to create short documentary films, theater pieces or studio art projects inspired by those conversations.

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Free Bus Transportation to Museum

We are pleased to offer free bus transportation to the Museum for Title I schools and schools with 50% of students qualifying for free or reduced price lunch. Click below for details.

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B'nai Mitzvah: Acts of Memory

Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust's B'nai Mitzvah: Acts of Memory project allows students preparing for Bar or Bat mitzvah to remember a child who perished in the Holocaust, learn about the Holocaust and Jewish life before the Holocaust, and connect with a Holocaust survivor in our community.

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CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

Women at the Frontline of Mass Violence Worldwide

This traveling exhibit curated by Yahad-In Unum gives voice to female survivors of mass violence and genocide, including Jewish and Roma survivors of the Holocaust, indigenous women victimized in Guatemala in the 1980s, and Yazidi survivors of the genocide perpetrated today by ISIS in Iraq and Syria.

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MUSEUM NEWS

Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust Condemns Attack on Poway Synagogue

APR 27, 2019

Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust condemns the shooting at the Chabad of Poway synagogue today, at a Sabbath service on the last day of Passover, only six months after a brutal attack at a synagogue in Pittsburgh. We send our deepest condolences to the victims, their loved ones and the Jewish community of San Diego. Tomorrow we will gather as a community to mark Yom HaShoah, the annual day of Holocaust...

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Museum Tour

MAY 25, 2019

Led by a docent, this tour offers an overview of the history of the Holocaust through close observation of Museum artifacts and documents. The tour lasts 90 minutes. Tours are free and open to the public...


Holocaust Survivor Talk: Lea Radziner

MAY 27, 2019

Lea Radziner was born in 1938 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Shortly after the German invasion of the Netherlands, her father was deported to Mauthausen. Her mother then made the difficult decision to...

Holocaust Survivor Talk: Ella Mandel

MAY 26, 2019

Ella Mandel was born in 1926 in Zdunska Wola, Poland. She had an older sister and a younger sister. Shortly after the war began, the Germans took her younger sister. Ella stayed with her parents...


Holocaust Survivor Talk: Eva Brettler

MAY 27, 2019

Eva was born in 1936 in Cluj, Romania. In 1940, Nazi Germany annexed this part of Romania to Hungary. When Nazi Germany invaded Hungary in 1944, Eva and her mother hid under false names. They were soon...


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