Holocaust Museum LA is currently open. 

Admission is always free for Students. General admission is $15. Admission is free all-day Thursday, and Sundays from 1 pm - 5 pm. Get Tickets


The Museum is closed New Year’s Day, Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. We will close at 1:00 pm on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.


Parking is available at The Grove parking structure located off The Grove Drive, between Beverly Boulevard and Third Street. Holocaust Museum LA guests will be charged the preferred day rate of $10.00 per ticket upon display of their Museum sticker at The Grove Concierge desk. The Museum sticker can be obtained when checking in to the Museum at the Visitor Services desk. From the parking structure, it is a 5-10 minute walk to the Museum.
Metered street parking is available on Beverly Boulevard and surrounding streets. Please call ahead for parking accommodations for people with mobility impairments.


The Museum is accessible by bus via the following bus lines:


Metro Bus 14 (Beverly & Curson stop)

Metro Bus 16/316 (3rd & Burnside stop)

Metro Bus 17

Metro Bus 217

Metro Bus 218

Metro Rapid 780


Complimentary, self-guided audio tours are available in English and Spanish. Our new, 37-minute Family Audio Tour, narrated by actress Mayim Bialik, is for ages 8 and up with survivor testimony woven throughout the tour. This is a great resource for the whole family to facilitate discussions about Holocaust history, family heritage, and the importance of being an upstander. Audio guide devices are included in your ticket.

If you choose not to use your own headphones, they are available for purchase at the front desk for $1 US.


All visitors who enter the Museum must pass through security. Bags are subject to search and the Museum reserves the right to refuse entry. No weapons or hazardous materials are allowed. Eating and drinking (except for water) is not allowed in the gallery. Photography, video and audio recording for personal use is permitted without flash. 
The Museum Galleries are designed in a way in which visitors can chose which gallery spaces to explore.  Thus, we recommend certain galleries for visitors ages 10 up while others are recommended for 12 and up.
The Museum is accessible to wheelchair uses and others with special needs.  If you are interested in requesting an American Sign Language (ASL) tour, please contact reception at 323.651.3704 


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Holocaust Museum LA 

100 The Grove Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90036

The Museum is located in the northwest corner of Pan Pacific Park just south of the Post Office.


We are across the street from The Grove shopping center.


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