Group Tour Reservations
Docent-led tours of the Museum are available. Please visit our Tour Information page for details.CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE YOUR TOUR!
Policy for Booking Tours
Please book your tour at least 2 weeks prior to your desired tour date. You may make a reservation using our online form. Please specify if you would like to have a Holocaust Survivor speak to your group.
When you book a tour, it must be confirmed by the Museum before it is placed on the Museum’s calendar. The Museum will confirm your tour by e-mail.
Because of the high demand for group visits between February and June, we recommend that you book your museum visit for this part of the year ASAP, to avoid disappointment.
Cancellations and Late Arrivals
We appreciate receiving cancellations for group tours at least 24 hours in advance.
Please call the Main Office at (323) 651-3704 or Kevin McGarry at (323) 651-9925 to notify us of your cancellation. If you cancel in advance, your spot can be offered to another group.
If you are running late, please contact the Main Office at (323) 651-3704 to inform us. We may not be able to accommodate groups arriving more than 30 minutes late.
Please be advised that a Holocaust Survivor will be on site to speak to you. Holocaust Survivors are elderly, so please be respectful of their time and special needs.
The Museum provides state-of-the-art audio guides free of charge to visitors. In order to ensure the return of every device, Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust must hold onto the chaperone's ID while the guides are in use. Teachers and group leaders are responsible for assisting in the handing out and collecting of the audio-guides.
To make a reservation, please fill out our online form.
To follow up on an existing reservation, or to request additional information about tours, please contact:
Director of Student Tours
Visitor Services Coordinator
Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust is located at 100 South The Grove Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90036.
There is limited free parking available in the Museum's underground parking lot, accessible from The Grove Drive. Visitors must announce their wish to park using the intercom at the driveway, and security will open the gate.
Visitors to the Museum may park in the Pan Pacific Park parking lot.
Parking is also available in the pay parking structure at The Grove. The Museum does not validate parking for The Grove.
We are not the same institution as the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s Museum of Tolerance. Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust is a separate institution located in a different part of the city.