Hollywood Museum tickets
Swoon over Marilyn Monroe's sexy dresses and Cary Grant's Rolls-Royce at the Hollywood Museum. The museum boasts the largest collection of costumes, props, and photographs anywhere in Hollywood, and a visit to Tinseltown wouldn’t be complete without checking this place out.
Behold the cinematic splendor as you peruse thousands of beloved items from Hollywood's glitzy history, spread out on four floors and across 35,000 square feet. The Hollywood Museum boasts ten thousand items, including Rocky’s boxing gloves, Marilyn Monroe’s sexy dresses, Indiana Jones’ whip, Cary Grant’s Rolls-Royce, and so much more!
The Go San Diego Card is the best choice for maximum savings and flexibility.
The Hollywood Museum has pieces to excite film-lovers of any age. Here’s a look at what the museum has in store for you on each of its star-studded floors:
- Ground Floor: After entering via the historic Hollywood-style plush pink lobby, you’ll move through to Max Factor’s restored make-up rooms, and then on to a vintage black and white photo gallery housing over 1,000 prints from film sets. You’ll also see Cary Grant’s “Roller”, memorabilia from Planet of the Apes and Jurassic Park, and then a sparkly tribute to Judy Garland and her famous “ruby slippers”.
- Floors 2 & 3: Here you’ll find a lavish display of Hollywood’s most memorable costumes which will take you back to your favorite classic films, and you’ll also see the corresponding props and photos. You’ll see the earliest Technicolor film shot, a Roman bed from Gladiator, the dog from There’s Something about Mary, and the decked-out golden Cadillac from Dreamgirls!
- The Lower Level: Once a speakeasy and bowling alley during Hollywood’s Prohibition days, this basement floor is now a resting place for Hollywood’s spookiest moments, including the jail cell corridor that Jodie Foster traversed in Silence of the Lambs. You’ll also see Dr. Lecter’s mask and cell, and other props from that film and others like it!
Additional museum favorites include the nostalgic Parisian swing from Moulin Rouge, a whole array of I Love Lucy memorabilia (watch how she turned into a redhead, and how Marilyn Monroe became a blonde!), Paris Hilton’s super-expensive party dresses, Elvis’ favorite bathrobe, and treasures from Star Trek and Jaws!
Housed in the beautiful Max Factor building, the Hollywood Museum keeps you immersed in the moments that made you laugh, cry, and beg for sequels throughout the decades. Visitors will walk away with a stronger love for that classic American institution—the movie!
Your pass includes Hollywood Museum tickets, plus admission to dozens more top attractions.
Present your pass at the admissions counter. Please note hours
of operation – the museum is only open Wednesday through Sunday.
Included general admission with the Go San Diego Card and Go Los Angeles Card.
Wednesday–Sunday, 10:00 am–5:00 pm.
Mondays and TuesdaysNew Year's DayEasterJuly 4thThanksgiving DayChristmas DayAll holiday hours are subject to change without notice.
1660 N. Highland Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Metro: The Red Line Metro to Hollywood & Highland stop at the northwest corner of the Hollywood and Highland intersection. The museum is just steps south of the southeast corner of the intersection.
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