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Now Accepting Advance Reservations. 

Dimensions in Testimony was developed in association with Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center, with technology by USC Institute for Creative Technologies, and concept by Conscience Display. Funding for Dimensions in Testimony was provided in part by Pears Foundation, Louis. F. Smith, Melinda Goldrich and Andrea Cayton/Goldrich Family Foundation in honor of Jona Goldrich, Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center, and Genesis Philanthropy Group (R.A.). Other partners include CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center.

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Museum Update

Holocaust Museum LA is currently open. We invite you to visit the Museum and learn the important lessons of the Holocaust to inspire a more humane and dignified world.

Reserved time tickets are required in advance and now available.

The health and safety of our visitors is a priority. New Visiting Guidelines

We are offering In-Person and Virtual Student Tours and Survivor Speakers through the 2021-2022 school year.

Funding has been provided by California Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act economic stabilization plan of 2020

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UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Holocaust Survivor Talk: Dana Schwartz
    Holocaust Survivor Talk: Dana Schwartz
    Jan 20, 11:00 AM
    Webinar
    Dana Schwartz was four years old when Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union divided and occupied her native Poland. She was born in Lwow, which initially fell under Soviet occupation. In July 1941, Nazi Germany invaded the Soviet Union and occupied Lwow.
  • Holocaust Survivor Talk: David Lenga
    Holocaust Survivor Talk: David Lenga
    Jan 27, 11:00 AM
    Webinar
    David Lenga was born in 1927 in Lodz, Poland. He and his family were confined to a ghetto in the suburb of Strykow, where they spent the first two years of the war. David’s family was later forced to move into the Lodz Ghetto, where he was eventually separated from his mother and younger brother.
  • International Holocaust Remembrance Day
    International Holocaust Remembrance Day
    Jan 27, 6:00 PM
    Webinar
    On the 77th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, 3D modeler and mapping expert, Pavel Belsky, will discuss the layout and function of Auschwitz from his unique perspective as a cartographer.
  • The Shoah: Stories from North Africa
    The Shoah: Stories from North Africa
    Jan 31, 6:00 PM
    Webinar
    The Holocaust is usually understood as a European story. Yet, this pivotal episode unfolded across North Africa and reverberated through politics, literature, memoir, and memory—Muslim as well as Jewish—in the post-war years.
  • Determined: Virtual Screening and Q&A
    Determined: Virtual Screening and Q&A
    Feb 02, 11:00 AM
    Webinar
    Avraham Perlmutter was just ten years old when Nazis arrived in his hometown of Vienna, Austria. Hoping to keep him safe, his parents sent him to the Netherlands, but German forces were not far behind.
  • Holocaust Survivor Talk: Susanne Reyto
    Holocaust Survivor Talk: Susanne Reyto
    Feb 03, 11:00 AM
    Webinar
    Susanne was born just six days before the Nazi occupation of Hungary in March 1944 and survived the first year of her life living with her mother in so-called “protected houses,” with protective papers (Schutzpass) from the Swedish and Swiss legations.
  • Holocaust Survivor Talk: Lea Radziner
    Holocaust Survivor Talk: Lea Radziner
    Feb 10, 11:00 AM
    Webinar
    Lea was born in Amsterdam on November 10, 1938, the day after Kristallnacht. A few weeks after the German invasion of the Netherlands and the birth of Lea's younger sister, Ester, Lea's father was arrested and deported to Mauthausen along with 425 other Jewish men.
  • Unstoppable: Book Talk with Joshua M. Greene
    Unstoppable: Book Talk with Joshua M. Greene
    Feb 10, 4:00 PM
    Webinar
    After surviving Auschwitz and hunting Nazis for the U.S. Army, Siggi B. Wilzig came to America without a penny to his name. On arrival, he made three vows: to never go hungry again, to support the Jewish people, and to speak out against injustice.
  • Stranger/Sister: Virtual Screening & Panel Discussion
    Stranger/Sister: Virtual Screening & Panel Discussion
    Feb 16, 6:00 PM
    Webinar
    Stranger/Sister is the story of two ordinary women, one Muslim and one Jewish, who dare to believe they can join hands to stop the wave of white supremacist hate surging across the U.S.