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Visit the Museum & Gift Shop

The Hollywood Heritage Museum is a must-visit for cinema enthusiasts. It is located in the oldest surviving motion picture studio in Hollywood. Here, you can learn about the history of the studio and how it played a crucial role in the birth of Paramount Pictures Corporation in 1916. The first feature length film was produced here in 1912 by Jesse L. Lasky and Cecil B. DeMille. This 1901 barn turned studio was designated California State Historic Landmark No. 554 in 1956. 

HOLLYWOOD PRIDE: On Sunday June 9: Please note that the Hollywood Pride Parade and Party are from 11 am to 8pm on Hollywood Boulevard between Vine and Gower, so please plan your route accordingly to avoid street closures. Highland will be open.

11am - 3pm
Sat & Sun
1st Thursdays

Hollywood Heritage



Adults: $14

Children Under 12:



Take a docent-led tour or

browse on your own.

Current Exhibit

Hollywood Heritage Museum’s Spring 2024 exhibit "Meet The Stars: 100 Years of MGM Studios and the Golden Age of Hollywood" opens Saturday, April 6. The exhibit culls from the private collections of over 20 motion picture memorabilia collectors to exhibit artifacts of the Golden Age of Hollywood - many items unseen by the public for decades! 

Exhibit highlights: Among the over 20 screen-worn costumes, is a Judy Garland blouse from MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS (1944), memorabilia from the 1937 MGM Exhibitors Convention, personal items from the career of child star Cora Sue Collins, Lewis Stone's QUEEN CHRISTINA costume, not seen for 91 years), the once-thought-lost 1937 "Farewell to Earth" portrait of Jean Harlow, commissioned posthumously by the actress' mother, a 1932 MGM premiere guest registry from GRAND HOTEL, signed by Clark Gable, Jean Harlow, Louis B. Mayer and Cecil B. DeMille, vintage Disney dolls and dolls bearing the likenesses of Judy Garland, Shirley Temple, Carmen Miranda and Deanna Durbin, The fur coat worn by Best Actress Oscar winner Luise Rainer (THE GOOD EARTH, 1936) at the Academy Awards, Jean Harlow's lipstick blots saved by her makeup artist - and much more representing over 30 early 20th century motion picture stars!

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Sponsored by Exclusive Artists


The Hollywood Heritage Museum is the exclusive Los Angeles vendor of Breakfast at Dominique's brand coffee.

These special organic blends honor classic film stars such as Mary Pickford, Ava Gardner and Joan Crawford.

Pick up a bag in the Museum gift shop when you see Meet the Stars: 100 Years of MGM and the Golden Age of Hollywood..

$21 per bag of grounds.

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Our Goal, Vision & Commitment

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The Jack and Victoria Horne Oakie Foundation
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Hollywood Heritage Museum

2100 N. Highland Avenue

Los Angeles, CA 90068

(323) 874-2276

Across the street from the Hollywood Bowl!

Free Parking in front of the Museum.

Hollywood Heritage is a non-profit 501C3 organization.

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“The person who makes a success of living is the one who sees his goal steadily and aims for it unswervingly.That is dedication. ”

― Cecil B. DeMille

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