The Museum of Tolerance is excited to be reopening on Thursday, August 12, 2021.
Hours & Admission
Museum of Tolerance Visitor Information
PLEASE NOTE: We strongly recommend that public visitors make advanced tickets reservations. Thank you!
Or, you can call 310-772-2505 to reserve your tickets.
Please Note: Holiday Adjusted Hours of Operation at this time
Take a breathtaking journey through dramatic events in 20th century history. Learn what leads people to hate, and how ordinary people have changed the world one extraordinary action at a time. The Museum of Tolerance will MOT-ivate you and your family with thrilling exhibits, ongoing events, and programs that bring history to life and draw parallels to current events.
For complete information on booking your visit and getting here, go to Visitor Information. If you are planning a School Field Trip or Group Tour, we have information specifically for you.
Learn about our permanent exhibits and special exhibitions.
Contact us to find out how to schedule a visit that is right for you - we can advise you on tour length, other programs or events available to you that day, and how to plan a meaningful visit for you, your group or your family.
We look forward to meeting you!
|Thursday and Friday
||10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
|Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday
||10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Last ticket is sold at approximately 1:30 pm Thursday and Friday and 3:30 pm on Sunday.
When planning your visit, please note that each of the three main exhibits takes approximately 1½ hours.
The MOT will be closed on the following holidays:
- Yom Kippur - Thursday, September 16, 2021
- Thanksgiving - Thursday, November 25, 2021
|Students with ID & Youth 5-18 (under 5 no charge)
|Admission includes access to:
- Social Lab & Holocaust Exhibit (Recommended for 12+ years)
- Anne Frank Exhibit, Finding Our Families, Finding Ourselves & Para Todos Los Niños (All ages)
- Live Personal Testimonies
- Temporary Exhibitions
For advanced reservations call, 310-772-2505
For advanced reservations to the Anne Frank exhibit call 310-772-2506 or make reservations online
For all school field trips and group tours [20 people or more] call 310-772-7639
Safety Measures and Protocols:
Beginning November 4, 2021, the City of Los Angeles is requiring that all visitors ages 12+ visiting museums must show proof of full vaccination with a Covid-19 vaccine.
Full vaccination is defined as:
- 14 or more days after receiving a second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna Covid-19 vaccine or
- 14 or more days after receiving a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson Janssen Covid-19 vaccine
- For a foreign visitor or traveler, 14 or more days after receiving a Covid-19 vaccine authorized by the World Health Organization.
Proof of vaccination:
- Your vaccination card
- A photo of your vaccination card as a separate physical photograph or stored on a phone or other electronic device.
- Documentation of vaccination from a licensed healthcare provider
- A personal digital Covid-19 vaccine record issued by the State of California or similar documentation issued by another state, local, or foreign government jurisdictions, or by a private company. CA residents can visit the State of California's Digital Covid-19 Vaccine Record website and download a QR Code on a phone
- AND all visitors ages 18+ must provide photo ID such as driver's license, government-issued ID, school or work ID card or passport.
A visitor may be exempt if they are entitled to a reasonable accommodation for a medical condition or restriction or a sincerely held religious belief. Visitors must meet both of the following requirements:
- To be eligible for an exemption, a visitor must provide a self-attestation that the visitor has a medication condition or restriction or a sincerely held religious belief that qualifies them for the exemption. AND
- Provide proof of negative Covid-19 test within 72 hours prior to your visit. Proof means a printed document, email or text message displayed on a phone, from a test provider or laboratory that shows results of a PCR or antigen test.
- Home tests that provide proof of negative Covid-19 test through a laboratory, healthcare entity, or telehealth service will be accepted.
If you are unable to meet the above requirements at this time, we look forward to welcoming you to the museum at a later date.
Starting July 18, 2021 the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) re-implemented the mandate requiring everyone to wear masks while indoors, regardless of vaccination status. The Museum of Tolerance will adhere to this mandate and masks will be required to be properly worn (covering your nose and mouth) Masks Info graphic.pdf at all times in the museum by staff, security, volunteers and public.
- Face coverings with two or more layers of washable, tightly woven, breathable fabric must be worn over the mouth and nose at all times when indoors throughout your visit — except children under the age of two.
- In accordance with Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, face coverings or respirators with one way valves, single-layer face coverings such as mesh masks, bandanas, neck gaiters and scarves, or any cloth not designed to function as a face cover, such as t-shirts or towels, are not permitted forms of face coverings. Face shields are also not allowed instead of a mask, but may be worn over one.
- Those instructed not to wear a cloth face covering by a medical provider are invited to visit the museum at another time when it is deemed safe to do so.
As part of our commitment to your health and safety during your visit, the museum is implementing a number of measures, including:
- Improved central air filtration and increasing the MERV rating (Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value) on all the HVAC filters to a MERV 11 which captures 1.0 to 3.0 micron particles
- Enhanced cleaning protocols including but not limited to frequent cleaning of high-touch surfaces and the use of EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) registered sanitation and disinfectant products for cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting
- Installation of touchless restroom faucets
- Hand sanitizer throughout the museum
All visitors are required to:
- Wear face coverings at all times while indoors
- Stay home if not feeling well Covid-19 Symptoms
- Wash hands often
Be aware of risk of exposure:
An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present and the Museum of Tolerance (MOT) cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed during your visit. By visiting the MOT, you voluntarily assume all risks related to COVID-19 exposure and accept and agree to abide by our safety procedures.
||Museum of Tolerance
Simon Wiesenthal Plaza
9786 West Pico Blvd (southeast corner of Pico Boulevard and Roxbury Drive)
Los Angeles, CA 90035
||Take the Metro 14/37 to Beverwil Drive and W. Pico Boulevard and walk 2 blocks west on Pico Boulevard. Plan your best route using the Trip Planner.
||Free underground parking in Museum complex. The entrance is on Pico Blvd. Please do not park on residential side streets. You will be ticketed and/or towed.