The Museum of Tolerance (MOT) is a Simon Wiesenthal Center Museum. Since it opened its doors in 1993, more than five million have visited, most middle and high school students. Interactive exhibits and special programs are designed to help visitors develop a better understanding of the Holocaust and inspire tolerance of all people regardless of race or religion.
The museum features an exhibit on Anne Frank. Along with rare artifacts, documents and photographs, you can read a facsimile of her diary. Little known facts about the time she spent in hiding and her arrest are highlighted throughout the exhibit. Admission for the Anne exhibit is not included with general museum admission and advanced reservations are recommended.
The Museum of Tolerance is open six days a week. It is closed Saturdays and Jewish holidays. Free underground parking is available in the Museum complex. The entrance is on Pico Boulevard. If you are using public transportation, take the Metro 14/37 to Beverwil Drive and W. Pico Boulevard and walk two blocks west on Pico Boulevard.