The museum is a creation of the Jewish human rights organization, Simon Wiesenthal Center, and its exhibits both document the past and serve as a call to action. The center offers educator professional development, an archive of primary source documents, and a reference library.
With your Museum of Tolerance ticket, you can access the main museum exhibits, including the Tolerancenter, and see a historic letter penned by Adolf Hitler. Though entry to the Anne Frank exhibition requires a separate fee, this popular exhibit is worth the price. Learn more during your visit by attending a Holocaust survivor talk—which runs for about an hour—and stop by Finding Our Families, Finding Ourselves to learn about the family histories of celebrities and thinkers.