Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust

Always free — Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, the oldest survivor-founded Holocaust museum in the nation, houses the West coast’s largest collection of Holocaust-era artifacts. Founded by local Holocaust survivors in 1961, the Museum seeks to “Inspire Humanity Through Truth” and is housed in a spectacular award-winning architectural building in Pan Pacific Park near The Grove. Today the Museum continues the mission of the founding survivors to commemorate those who perished, educate future generations about the Holocaust, and inspire a more respectful, dignified and humane world. Every year the Museum welcomes thousands of visitors who learn from our award-winning audio guide, highly trained docents, rich collection of primary source artifacts, and Holocaust survivor speakers. We offer public docent-led tours Sunday afternoons at 1:30 pm and Holocaust survivor talks at 3:00 pm. The Museum is open seven days a week.


100 The Grove Drive,
Los Angeles, CA 90036


(323) 651-3704

Opening Hours

Mon–Thu 10 am–5 pm
Fri 10 am–2 pm
Sat, Sun 10 am–5 pm

Open Days

Every day


Mid City, West Hollywood


Historical Sites, Special Interest, Culture and Heritage


Accessible by public transit, Accessibility options, Always free admission, Family-friendly, Indoor, Parking: Free Parking: On-site, Parking: Street

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