You can visit the Dungeon of Doom at the Hollywood Museum!

The Hollywood Museum is popular for showcasing some of the most notorious and memorable exhibits, it’s having the most extensive collection of Hollywood memorabilia in the world, being home to more than 10,000 authentic treasures of the pop culture including, of course, some of the horror classics that we all admire.

The Hollywood Museum features the Dungeon of Doom, where all horror lovers around the world come together to enjoy plenty of exhibitions from some of the best horror movies ever: IT, The Conjuring, Nightmare on Elm Street and Child’s Play amongst others. 

Last year, the special price was offered to guests who would visit the Dungeon of Doom with a full costume, during the month of October. Also, special exhibitions such as vampires, boogiemen, zombies and demons were showcased in November.

“Take a walk through Hannibal Lecter’s jail cell (Silence of the Lambs), say hello to Chucky and his bride… if you can find them (Child’s Play), and watch your back as you pass by Freddy Kreuger (Nightmare on Elm Street).”

In addition, you will find multiple movie and TV props from noticeable works such as  The Exorcist, Psycho, Phantom of the Opera, The Walking Dead and Underworld to name a few. Tickets can be bought online, and they range in prices from $5-$12. They can also be purchased directly at the museum’s box office. 

The Hollywood Museum is located at 1660 North Highland Avenue, Hollywood, CA 90028. This is an open-ended exhibit without specified closing dates, perfect for Halloween season but also available before and after the October, you get a horror show all year long! The hours of operation are 10am – 5pm on  Wednesday through Sunday.

“Tons of historic cult classic movie items to be viewed. This is a must-see for any horror movie lover.”

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