The Museum of Tolerance challenges visitors to confront bigotry and racism and to understand the Holocaust in both historic and contemporary contexts. Since its opening in 1993, over 7.5 million visitors, with more than 3 million children and youth, have participated in the Museum experience and its programs.
Almost 200,000 adults have been trained in the Museum’s customized professional development programs over the last 20 years. Anne, the Museum’s newest exhibition, has been called, “...the most extensive exploration of Anne Frank in any museum outside Amsterdam,” by The New York Times.
Visitors to the Museum of Tolerance and Simon Wiesenthal Center have included American Presidents, Israeli Prime Ministers, Kings and European and religious leaders, as well as numerous Nobel Laureates.