The artwork of the museum was beyond my expectation.

Last weekend we decided to check out the Holocaust Museum LA. We knew that it was near the Grove but were confused to find the entrance. A man guided us to the door. It looked like it's hidden underneath the park. We rang the bell, and the security guard let us in. Tickets are free here, they asked if we would like to donate some money, but it was optional. We distributed as much we could. We moved in and found the museum was decent. I was probably excited to explore the information here, I really got a feel for what the museum is like. It was an opportunity to live in the area and get educated about the holocaust. The artefacts of the museum were beyond my expectation. The audio guide was incredibly good and there are more narratives that enable us to easily understand the details. There are lots of videos, photos, personal articles, and models describing the truth of life during this dark period in history.

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