Columbia-SoCal invites you to participate in this special pre-opening event at the new holocaust museum location. Recently relocated to Pan-Pacific Park (between Beverly and Third and between Stanley and Gardner streets), this new space has been created solely for the LA Holocaust Museum to enable visitors to actively appreciate the exhibits and to expand the size of the collection that can be viewed.
*The program will include a special guided tour and a presentation by a holocaust survivor.
When: Sunday, August 22nd
Where: Los Angeles Holocaust Museum in Pan Pacific Park
Time: 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost: Free to Columbia-SoCal members and their guests
Limited parking is available at the museum. For additional parking, park at the adjacent Grove which is free for the first two hours or Farmer's Market, which is free for two hours with any purchase.
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Founded by holocaust survivors in 1961, the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust (LAMH) is the oldest Holocaust museum in the United States. It originally shared space at the Jewish Federation, but has never had a permanent home. The Museum looks forward to welcoming you as one of the first visitors to see this innovative institution’s contribution to Holocaust education and commemoration. The Museum looks forward to its Grand Opening in October.
Questions? Please contact Joshua Berman: firstname.lastname@example.org or 310-918-8255