Monstrous Movie Memorabilia on Display
Hollywood Gothique Says:
Though basically a year-round attraction rebranded for Halloween, Hollywood Museum’s Dungeon of Doom offers more than enough posters, props, photos, and costumes to satisfy hungry horror movie fans.
Unfortunately, the attraction loses one-half star for erroneously captioning a pic of Christopher Lee as Dracula, misidentifying him as Frank Langella!
The Hollywood Museum
1660 North Highland Avenue in Hollywood
Dungeon of Doom Dates & Hours: 10am to 5pm on Wednesday through Sunday, year-round
Monsters, Mummies & Mayhem Halloween 2018 Dates: Guests wearing Halloween costume on the weekends of Oct. 27-28 and Nov. 3-4 receive $5 off the regular admission price.
- $5 for children 5 and under
- $12 for students and for seniors over 65
- $15 for adults.
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Hollywood Museum: Dungeon of Doom General Information
The Hollywood Museum operates year round, but during October it re-brands its ghoulish, horror-theme Dungeon of Doom, turning it into a Halloween attraction. Located in the basement, the Dungeon of Doom features props, posters, photographs from horror films dating from the dawn of the genre to current times, plus full-size figures of Elvira, Vampira, Freddy, Jason, Frankenstein, the Bride of Frankenstein, along with Hannibal Lecter's jail cell from Silence of the Lambs. For Halloween, a live element is sometimes added; typically, on October 31, visitors in costume receive discount admission.
The upper level of the Hollywood Museum is not without interest for fans of Fantasy Films, Mystery Movies, Sci-Fi Cinema, and Halloween Horror, featuring displays of memorabilia from King Kong, Harry Potter, Planet of the Apes, Monsters Inc, Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, and many others.
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Hollywood Museum: Dungeon of Doom Photo Gallery