Hollywood History Museum

This museum showcases a wide range of exhibits, including the props that were used in Hollywood films. Visitors are shown how the industry began with the silent film, and then moving onto the Hollywood Golden Era, to the technology used today and finally to the future of the industry. You also get a chance to see the whip used by Harrison Ford in Indiana Jones, as well as Marilyn Monroe's autopsy. The museum also holds special events on a regular basis.


Address: 1660 North Highland Avenue
Tel: (323) 464 7776.
Website: www.thehollywoodmuseum.com

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Hollywood History Museum