I had wanted to go to this museum for many years. I finally had a chance and went this month (October 2012). The parking is underground and a security guard has you open the back of the car (we had a SUV) before you are allowed in to park. The parking is free. The museum is not. It was $15.50 per person to get in. You also have to pass through security again and they open and inspected our handbag as well as had us unzip our cosmetic cases. The day we were there there were two Holocaust survivors speaking. We did not stay for the talk by the survivors. We toured museum only. There is a part were you enter through two doors at a specific time and then follow around through various exhibits which were either animated, had videos or photos. My only complaint was there was no sort of direction on what we were to do or where to go. Some exhibits were dark and "came to life" after waiting around awhile. There were plenty of opportunity to sit down (always appreciated in a museum). What we did see was very moving and extraordinarily emotional. Although I thought I knew quite about about this time period I was amazed by how much more there was to this period in history. I would recommend this tour as part of visiting L.A.
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