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The Hollywood Museum

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los angeles, california, 90028

Rated 4.5/5 (20 Reviews)
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Submitted by Martin Reinders on 04/26/2022

Martin Reinders 4 stars rating.

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A good collection of Hollywood memorabilia, focused on the Max Factor contributions to Hollywood.

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Submitted by Dale Georg on 04/11/2022

Dale Georg 4 stars rating.

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This is a small but very interesting and fun museum for anyone who loves a bit of TV and movie history.

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Submitted by Nasha Bartolome on 04/10/2022

Nasha Bartolome 4 stars rating.

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I had an amazing time here with my partner and son. The basement was our personal favorite.

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Submitted by Bon Val on 04/06/2022

Bon Val 5 stars rating.

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This was awesome! So much history and great exhibits. I too so many pictures. I loved it!

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Submitted by Lesley Anderson on 03/27/2022

Lesley Anderson 5 stars rating.

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Great place to see all sorts of movie paraphernalia and only $15 entry fee and right next door to Mels diner

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Submitted by Jennifer Shannon on 03/11/2022

Jennifer Shannon 5 stars rating.

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Definitely a cool place to see actual history of Hollywood stars. Lots of memorabilia and original pieces.

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Submitted by J M on 03/06/2022

J M 5 stars rating.

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I love this place. They constantly change up their displays and there is so much cool historical Hollywood eye candy.

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Submitted by Michael Seabeck on 02/17/2022

michael seabeck 5 stars rating.

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If you are into original Hollywood memorabilia from the Golden Age to the Present, this place is for you. Located in the historic Max Factor Art Deco Building off Hollywood Boulevard.

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Submitted by Tania Ledesma Chavez on 01/14/2022

Tania Ledesma Chavez 5 stars rating.

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First time visiting the museum was back in November. The ticket guy was hilarious, they did ensure we had our masks on at entry. The museum had a lot of information at every display. There are several floors each with their own themes and it was really cool to see the props and costumes that were used in movies and to see the building where the Stars were. My favorite part was the horror movie section however.

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Submitted by Charles Zoltak on 12/29/2021

Charles Zoltak 3 stars rating.

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OK for a rainy day. Cheap enough. Too much Ghostbusters, Back to the Future, Pointer Sister's fashions, and TV Batman. Not enough of the classic Hollywood. Plenty of photographs of the older stars. Posters. A spooky display of Lily Tomlin as phone operator.

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Submitted by Katherine Kareck on 12/27/2021

Katherine Kareck 5 stars rating.

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Great museum. The displays are packed with costumes, props, posters etc. Four floors of things to check out. The people there are very friendly and helpful. My mom is 92 and doesn't do stairs well. The gentleman who worked there took us up in a freight elevator, dropped us off and came back 20 minutes later to take us to the next floor. We saw the entire museum that way. Lots of fun!

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Submitted by Anne Vaeth on 12/08/2021

Anne Vaeth 5 stars rating.

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This place is very cool. 4 floors of collections. The main floor focusing on "classic" Hollywood era & Max Factor makeup. Downstairs focuses on horror and thrillers. Lots of props, costumes, and artifacts. The Back to The Future exhibit is incredible - original props, scripts, costume pieces - all very cool stuff. If you're a fan of movies in general - check it out.

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Submitted by Deborah Lynn on 11/13/2021

Deborah Lynn 5 stars rating.

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Full of AWESOMENESS!!!! We had so much fun visiting! Seeing all of the old Max Factor Makeup was my favorite part! I love old Hollywood, so this was perfect!

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Submitted by Jo Car on 10/24/2021

Jo Car 5 stars rating.

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Must do while your in town . Great displays of movie props. Really recommend if your a fan of movies and actors.

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Submitted by Annie LoVerde (Californiacroatian) on 10/19/2021

Annie LoVerde (Californiacroatian) 5 stars rating.

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The museum is in the old Max Factor Cosmetics building and has three floors full of Hollywood artifacts, the largest Marilyn Monroe collection of memorabilia. The top floor has a Back To The Future exhibit and the Dungeon of Doom showcasing your favorite Hollywood Monsters, Mummies and Zombies.
I love this museum, it was so interesting and had so much to see and look at. It’s a bargain for only $15

Purchase tickets on line, they are not date or time specific.
Private parking lots range from $10-$50 be aware of rates.
Street metered parking is available if your patient.

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Submitted by James Colburn on 10/04/2021

James Colburn 5 stars rating.

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Fantastic experience. Love this classic building. Highly recommend the horror area.

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Submitted by Justin Monisit on 08/11/2021

Justin Monisit 3 stars rating.

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Fine museum, but it's not as much for movie enthusiasts as I anticipated. An entire exhibit dedicated to the Pointer Sisters really makes me wonder who this was for.

The horror exhibit was really cool, but I was disappointed by the lack of classic movie props. Really in depth Back to the Future exhibit though, along with Batman '66 memorabilia.

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Submitted by Charles Quinlan on 03/01/2020

Charles Quinlan 3 stars rating.

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Why 3 stars?

1) They do NOT answer emails but that is the only contact method they offer. I asked TWICE which "adjacent parking" offered reduced fees with validation. Finally found out after asking several lots that it was the one next to Mel's Diner.

2) I just stopped looking at the information cards at some point and started trying to enjoy myself. Most of the cards I looked at said "Screen Accurate Replica." I do not go to museums to see replicas. I go to gaze on the ACTUAL items. I want to see the Bat Phone that Adam West USED. I want to see the Jacket Michael J. Fox WORE. I can pay $5 to get into my local museum and see the actual petroglyphs, pottery, tools, arrow heads, etc. that have been excavated. I paid $15 a head to get in here to see movie set recreations and replica props. Once I stopped reading the information cards and just pretended everything was authentic it was better.

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Submitted by T AA on 12/28/2019

T AA 5 stars rating.

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Love this place. Lots of movie and TV memorabilia from past. A great place to visit and see costumes and items from past great hollywood shows and movies. The lady at the front desk was super friendly and sweet.

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Submitted by Rajesh Mathur on 04/16/2017

rajesh mathur 3 stars rating.

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If you are in the area, then it might be worth visiting the Hollywood museum. The admission price is quite low. The museum is dated and most exhibits are from some very old movies. But, the museum doesn't bore you. The horror movie exhibits at the basement level are very interesting.

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