The State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda traveling exhibit is an in-depth case study examining how propaganda was used in the Nazi party to gain power. It challenges visitors to analyze and question the information exhibited. This is an exhibit for all ages and definitely brings a topic of great importance to the fore, providing an opportunity for dialogue and conversation about one of the defining moments of history. The exhibit is open to the public all through June, July and most of August – a highly recommended experience. This is an interactive and immersive journey so be ready for not only images and narrative text but also video, audio and more. The State of Deception Exhibition is presented by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in conjunction with the downtown Los Angeles Central Library. The exhibit is located in the Getty Gallery at The Central Library located at 630 W. Fifth St., Los Angeles, CA 90071.
Other tours in the area, if you are interested, include DTLA Walking Tours - they cover everything from art to architecture, history to haunted tales and more. Another DTLA tour to consider is offered by the LA Conservancy. A couple of options available here for nature of tour, duration, and variety of topics covered, etc. Finally, there is the Free LA tour – not as many options but worth a shot if it fits in your schedule.