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Don’t Miss the Marilyn Monroe Exhibit at the Hollywood Museum!

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The Hollywood Museum is the place to go when you are looking to learn all about your favorite celebrities. This isn’t just your typical museum. Here you will be able to look at real movie props, photographs from the silent era of movies, historic documents and much more. They also have a number of special exhibits periodically. One of the current exhibits is a special showcase on Marilyn Monroe, one of the greatest starlets of Hollywood. The showcase is simply entitled Marilyn: The Exhibit and it is occurring specifically in commemoration of the 52nd Anniversary of her passing. If you’re in a budget-friendly hotel in Burbank near popular attractions, stop by the Hollywood Museum today to take trip down memory lane and learn some things about Marilyn Monroe that you may not have known before.

Marilyn Monroe was a fashion icon, a singer, and an actress that was world renowned. This exhibit spans Marilyn Monroe’s early life through her later career. Starting out as Norma Jean Baker, you’ll see her transformation as well as the gorgeous gowns she wore throughout her career, personal jewelry, personal wardrobe pieces and more. On display, you will see the 1961 Fleetwood Cadillac limousine that was given to her as a gift from Darryl Zanuck, documents from her private files, as well as photographs. This is the only exhibit in the world that showcases the million-dollar dress that she wore on her honeymoon with Joe DiMaggio, baseball legend. The dress was specifically made famous on her USO tour where she entertained thousands of troops while they were stationed in Korea. If you consider yourself a fan of Marilyn Monroe, a visit to the Hollywood Museum to see this exhibit is a must.

The Hollywood Museum is located at 1660 N. Highland Ave. Hollywood, CA 90028. The museum is open to the public from Wednesday through Sunday 10am – 5pm. It is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. For more information visit the official website at www.thehollywoodmuseum.com or call (323) 464-7776.