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Museum of Tolerance

Museum of Tolerance

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.

Social Lab

The Social Lab is a newly launched, innovative 10,000 square foot, state-of-the-art installation. Through cutting-edge technology, provocative new exhibits examine pressing topics ranging from hate and anti-Semitism, LGBTQ+, racism, climate change, homelessness, immigration, policing, the COVID-19 pandemic as well as domestic and international issues.



Anne is an extraordinary immersive exhibit on the life and legacy of Anne Frank. Anne’s story, told in her own words, comes to life through rare artifacts, unique documents, and photographs. Visitors view a facsimile of her famous diary and several other examples of her original writing that culminated in what has become one of the most famous and well-read books ever. The Anne exhibit highlights little known facts about her time in hiding and the events that led to her arrest. Hear first-hand accounts about Anne from the people who knew her, and experience the story of Anne Frank as never before.