Group Tour Reservations

Docent-led tours of the Museum are available. Please visit our Tour Information page for details.


What Our Visitors Have to Say

“I loved the self-guided audio tour. The technology was amazing. I also loved the items displayed in the exhibits.” ------------------------------------------------------------ "Going to LAMOTH was an important event for me because it helped me understand why the Holocaust must not happen again."

The Museum offers tours to students and adults of all ages. Museum staff is able to tailor each tour to meet specific needs in an age-appropriate manner. All Museum tours are FREE. However, the Museum survives on the generosity of our community, and donations to the Museum are appreciated.  

Tours are available to school groups as well as the general public. The Museum welcomes all adult groups to tour the Museum. Groups from churches, synagogues, youth groups, corporate groups, and any other group are invited to tour our facility.

Tours of the Museum are now available for the general public. Click here to book a tour online!

*Please note: Docent-led tours are usually only available to groups of 12 persons or more. In order to make sure a docent is available for your group, please book early.

*On Sundays, we offer docent-led public tours at 2:00 pm, followed by our Sunday Survivor Speaker series at 3:00 pm. If you are a group of 10 persons or less with special circumstances and would like to schedule a visit with a tour guide, please contact (323) 651-3704 or email .

*To learn about our school group tours and to make a reservation, please visit the Education page.

Guided Tours

Docent-led tours of the Museum are provided for groups of 12 or larger. The tour is facilitated by either a Museum staff member or a trained docent. The tour will provide an overview of the history of the Holocaust by closely examining Holocaust era artifacts and museum exhibits. Please allow an hour for this option.

Museum Tour and Holocaust Survivor Talk Option

Groups can choose to meet a Holocaust Survivor after the tour and learn about their war experience. The Museum works with a group of Holocaust Survivors who volunteer their time to share their testimony with the public. Please allow 2.5 hours for this option.

Museum Policies

  • Eating, drinking, chewing gum and smoking are not permitted.
  • Video/audio recording are not permitted.
  • Flash photography is not permitted in the Museum.
  • The Museum cannot guarantee entry to groups that arrive more than 30 minutes after their scheduled group reservation time.

Click here to book a tour online!