Holocaust Section

The Holocaust Exhibit is a sound-and-light guided, seventy minute dramatic presentation that covers the period from the 1920s to 1945. Visitors are led back in time to become witnesses to events in Nazi-dominated Europe during World War II.

Each visitor receives a different photo passport card with the story of a child whose life was changed by the events of the Holocaust. Throughout the tour, the passport is updated and at the end, the ultimate fate of the child is revealed.

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Exhibitions and events

Finding Our Families, Finding Ourselves

Permanent exhibition

The newest and largest multimedia immersive exhibition in the ten-year history of the Museum of Tolerance, Finding Our Families, Finding Ourselves, showcases the diversity within the personal...

Para Todos Los Ninos: For all the Children

Permanent exhibition

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