Skirball Cultural Center

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Named after Jack Skirball, a rabbi, and Audrey Skirball-Kenis, this educational center opened in 1996, a few decades after the Skirball Museum opened in 1972. Its focus is on Jewish heritage and democratic ideals. Since education is also a large part of its focus, it's a great resource for schoolchildren and teachers, offering events such as a simulated archaeological dig and the Hanukkah Family Festival. It is located right off the 405, approximately three miles north of the Getty Center. (Submitted by Paola Tapia)

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