Excellent! had the costumes and props of most of the great movies. Had the ruby slippers and a Golden Age exhibition. I loved the red dragon bit - favourite movie!
Located on Highland Avenue just off of Hollywood Boulevard the Hollywood Museum is a gem. Four floors devoted to different time periods and themes tell an all around story of the rise of Hollywood. The first floor begins the tour with a movie and makeup exhibit devoted to Max Factor and his influence on Hollywood & the stars who used... More
We visited as part of our Citypass ticket. I was a little disappointed. I guess if you were a big 'olden' movie fan this would be great. There were a few things that were interesting but the majority of displays were from the golden oldie movie era. My teenage son was bored. I really wanted to love it but just... More
This is a fantastic museum! It is housed within the old Max Factor building, and it is four floors of everything you wish to experience in Hollywood! The movie and television memorabilia will literally blow you away. It is located conveniently on the boulevard, and is close to plenty of other attractions. Make sure to put this one on your... More
Yeah I get it, it's a museum - it's almost meant to be outdated. But it's not just that; history can be fun, but this museum presents all of the potentially exciting history of Hollywood in an unclean, dreary and depressing manner. Coming here was not worth it. It really needs a bit of a cleanup, and a revamp to... More
What a gem for "old Hollywood" movie fans. This was always on our "to do" list but was much better than we expected. Four floors of wonderful movie and television memorabilia housed in the old Max Factor building on Highland Ave., just off Hollywood Blvd. There is a whole floor devoted to Marilyn Monroe - fantastic - the most extensive... More
This museum is only open from Wednesday to Sunday from 10am - 5pm and costs $15 each entrance. It is chockablock full of history and movie/TV memorabillia. We were on a time limit of 2 hours but you could easily spend 3-4 hours here. There are hundreds of photo's to look at. Well worth a visit.
Great building (Max Factor) and history of his make up development etc but not really a great history of Hollywood. Lots of artefacts, photos about TV and film but not in depth history of Hollywood - really feel they are missing something here. Only $15 and I spent about 2 hours here so good value
The Hollywood Museum was included on our Go LA card, and I love memorabilia so we made the stop and spent a couple of hours. The place is packed with items from recent movies and shows and items from the past. I enjoyed the Max Factor color rooms, rooms with advertising and items for ladies of different hair colors, interesting... More
If you're a sucker for Hollywood memorabilia like me, then this is a must-see. There were hundreds of personal items from stars like Marilyn Monroe and Lucile Ball, as well as props and costumes from movies and TV shows. My favorite part was the "Silence of the Lambs" set downstairs. Also, the lady at the front desk was very friendly... More
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