The Japanese American National Museum in Little Tokyo is the single largest museum in the United States dedicated to exploring the experience of Americans of Japanese ancestry.
The museum houses a permanent collection of over permanent collection of over 60,000 unique artifacts, documents, and photographs, along with an ever-changing lineup of traveling exhibitions and special programs.
The museum is also closed on Fourth of July, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day.
The Japanese American National Museum offers free general admission every Thursday after 5:00pm. and all day every third Thursday of the month.
For more information on planning your visit, parking, and other related considerations we recommend visiting official museum website visitor page.
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