Grab your TAP card and head to the Museum of Tolerance for a history lesson!
Established in 1993, the Museum of Tolerance was built in honor of the late Simon Wiesenthal, a Nazi death camp survivor. Now it has become a staple in recognizing the history of discrimination, prejudice and current human rights issues, receiving 250,000 visitors annually.
The latest exhibition, Anne, tells the story of Anne Frank and events that occurred in Nazi dominated Europe during World War II. Visitors are led through Anne’s life of hiding with a replica of her room, an interactive lab and original writings from her famous diary. It’s open Sunday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m
Museum admission is $15.50 for adults, $12.50 for seniors and $11.50 for students with an ID. Advanced ticket reservations are required. Be sure to show your TAP card and save 10% on admission to all exhibits and save 10% on a one year MOT membership.
The museum also features dramatic presentations of the Holocaust and a large collection of Holocaust memorabilia with 50,000 artifacts, photographs and rare books from 1920 to 1945. Other human rights displays at MOT include the Finding Families, Finding Ourselves, For All the Children and the Holocaust Selection.
Keep in mind that all main exhibits last approximately 1.5 hours, so plan your visit accordingly. For more information on special exhibit hours and admission, visit the Museum of Tolerance’s website.