The famous Hollywood Museum resumed Wednesday interestingly since the beginning of the Covid pandemic back in March of 2020.
The returned museum — which charges itself as “the most broad assortment of Hollywood memorabilia on the planet” — takes up four floors in the historic Max Factor Building on Highland Avenue and will highlight shows committed to “Back to the Future,” “Harry Potter,” Marilyn Monroe and superheroes of the twentieth century.
“We are so glad to have the option to indeed invite our fans, post pandemic, from the U.S. and all around the world back to The Hollywood Museum,” founder and president Donelle Dadigan said in an articulation. “We have been anticipating this day! Our need is the security of our visitors and to guarantee everybody has the best insight as they get back to the museum. The Hollywood Museum is prepared for its nearby!”
Tickets are $15 for grown-ups and $12 for understudies and seniors more than 65. Youngsters 5 and under get in for $5.
As a component of the resuming merriments, Dadigan introduced a $5,000 check to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for the museum and Bill and Patrick Shea, the father-child vehicle restoration group who have given a progression of props from the “Back to the Future” establishment to the museum. Fox was relied upon to acknowledge the gift distantly.
In the mean time, Mel’s Drive-In eatery, situated nearby to the museum, likewise returned Wednesday without precedent for over 17 months. It is celebrating with another “Hollywood Museum Burger.”