Hollywood Heritage Museum

Hollywood Heritage Museum information

Los Angeles , USA
2100 N Highland Ave
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adult/senior/child under 12 $7/5/free
Opening hours
noon-4pm Wed-Sun
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Hollywood’s first feature-length film, Cecil B DeMille’s The Squaw Man, was shot in this building in 1913–14, originally set at the corner of Selma and Vine Sts. DeMille went on to cofound Paramount and had the barn moved to the lot in the ‘20s. Now the Hollywood Heritage Museum, it’s filled with a great collection of costumes, projectors and cameras from the early days of moviemaking.