The Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust has a two-fold mission that has remained constant since its inception in 1961: commemoration and education. The Museum houses precious artifacts and provides free Holocaust education to the public.
Please touch or swipe your finger across the screen to move through the six introductory pages. When the instructions conclude, you will be taken to the home screen. This Audio Guide will help you understand the photographs and artifacts in the museum.
You will find Audio Guide Numbers throughout the Museum. There are 100 large glass panels and many objects and photos with Audio Guide Numbers. Each number corresponds to an Audio Prompt on the Audio Guide.
From the Home Screen, you may touch a room to see the Audio Prompts. To listen, select from the list of prompts for each room, or enter the number directly after pressing the keypad icon at the bottom of the screen.
There are two types of streaming video in the Museum. Enter the Audio Guide Number to listen to synchronized audio, or to begin listening to a video. When you are finished with your Audio Guide, please return it to the staff member at the lobby desk.
If you have not already done so, please continue touching or swiping your finger across the screen until you reach the home screen.
You may begin your tour by listening to the video running in the Atrium of Jack Taylor, a US serviceman from Hollywood, California, who survived two months in a Nazi concentration camp.
Press the keypad icon and enter the numbers 001 to begin listening to the Jack Taylor video.