Unknown Hollywood Gem

Hollywood MuseumTucked away among the hustle and bustle of Hollywood Blvd is a movie memorabilia museum that is a diamond in the ruff, the Hollywood Museum. Located in the historic Max Factor building at Hollywood blvd and Highland blvd, this museum oozes movie history.

Hollywood MuseumIf you enjoy architecture you will be blown away by the original state of the building. From the carved display cases to the classic lights hanging from the ceiling, the attention to detail is something you just don’t find in current architecture.

Marilyn Monroe ExhibitThere is something for everyone in this museum. Classic Hollywood lovers can step on into the very room Marilyn Monroe became a beautiful blond, or the room where Joan Crawford was given her iconic eyes. This is only the beginning. For Marilyn High School Musicallovers, there is an extensive exhibit with many personally own pieces like a painting, her personal refrigerator and clothing she is well known to be photographed in. For the horror fans, there is a must see dungeon with classic horrors from your favorite scary flicks. The Silence of the Lambs exhibit is rather chilling. This is just the tip of the iceberg. With four floors of Hollywood movie collections from High School Musical to the Sunny and Cher show, there is truly something for everyone.

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