Guinness World Records Museum, Los Angeles
About Guinness World Records Museum, Los Angeles
Guinness World Records Museum, Los Angeles - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 6764 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Ticket Price: 20 USD
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 11:59 pm Details
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Ever since the concept of Guinness World Record has been created, there has been a craze amongst people to prove how they are the best in various different fields. Sometimes the records are outright absurd and sometimes they are quite informative. In this attraction, you will find a lot of information about the best of records that have been created. One definitely being the tallest man in the world. Also, this place by itself has broken a lot of records. There are exhibits such as the longest bicycle wheelie, the biggest California roll, Edge of a building and the coolest of them all - the longest chair balance that you will witness once you visit this extremely amusing attraction.
Guinness World Records Museum Information
- Groups of 20 or more people can purchase tickets in advance for 50% off.
Guinness World Records Museum Ticket Prices
- Adults: $20.00
- Children(4-11 years): $10.00
- Children(under 4): Free
How To reach Guinness World Records Museum by Public Transport
- Nearby subway station: Hollywood/Highland (Metro Red Line - 802)
- Nearby bus station: Highland Avenue & Hollywood Boulevard (by bus DASH Hollywood)
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Visited here recently and while we enjoyed ourselves we found several issues. This Museum and the one next door, the Ripley's Museum, had many of the exact same exhibits. Sometimes they even contradicted each other. Such as the fattest man. One Museum says it's one person at a specific weight and the other Museum says it is a different person at a different weight. Pretty sad since you know that at least one of them is wrong and they tried to portray themselves as 100% accurate.
Good attraction. Have been to others so it was a bit samey but still enjoyed it with my daughter
I came here with my family of 4 while on vacation because I have purchased the multiple admission ticket from the wax museum and I thought this one was the worst one of all 3 . Nothing special to see and the place was very small. I thought the coolest thing about this place was the musical steps we tried otherwise very boring
Wasn't too impressed with the place. We visited all 3 museums. This one was the least interesting by far. All the info and pics are available on the internet, you're just passing for the packaging here.
It's all right museum. The problem is you need to spend so much time reading The posters they have. I would recommend buying the book and read it at your free time
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