Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust is proud to provide visitors with the first opportunity to take a virtual reality tour through a concentration camp with a Holocaust survivor with USC Shoah Foundation-The Institute for Visual History and Education's award-winning virtual reality experience, The Last Goodbye.

The Last Goodbye features survivor Pinchas Gutter's visit to the site of the Nazi death camp Majdanek in Poland. Gutter is the only member of his family of four to have survived the Holocaust. The precedent-setting, fully immersive experience enables viewers to virtually visit the site with Gutter as he travels in life-sized projections through the railway car, gas chamber, shower room and barracks of Majdanek seven decades later.

The 17-minute film may be viewed seven days a week, one person at a time. Tickets are $10 and may be purchased at the Museum or in advance here:

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The Last Goodbye

Testimony by PINCHAS GUTTER, Created by GABO ARORA & ARI PALITZ, Produced by STEPHEN D. SMITH, Co-Produced by USC SHOAH FOUNDATION, HERE BE DRAGONS, MPC VR and OTOY, Producers TIM DILLON, JONATHAN DOTAN, PATRICK MILLING-SMITH, SAMANTHA STORR, CHRIS MILK, Original Soundtrack by DRA┼ŻEN BOŠNJAK of Q Department, Edited by JENNIFER TIEXERA. Installation Experience by DAVID KORINS, Executive Producers KATHY and RICHARD LEVENTHAL.