For those intrigued by Guinness' best-selling book of records, Guinness World Record Museum is the place for you. ... More
Guinness World Record Museum
For those intrigued by Guinness' best-selling book of records, Guinness World Record Museum is the place for you. Although the kitschy decor is consistent with some of its Hollywood Boulevard neighbors, this museum has been around longer than most and has accumulated more than enough odd information to amuse the trivia-inclined. Some of the displays include information on the fattest man ever, food-eating contests, Laika the cosmonaut and Michael Jackson. There is also a small theater showing a fascinating film about a record-breaking domino exhibition.
It is a museum you should see while in Hollywood. Lots to see and do. Great to stop by get cooled off with the air conditioning and read and watch until your hearts cntent.
My favorites were the tallest man and smallest women and the video on dominos competitions.
This is nothing more than a Guinness World's Record book pages pasted on the walls. We literally walked through in about 5 minutes, it was that uninteresting. Don't waste your time or money on this "museum".
We were going up the Walk of Fame and my kids dragged me in here. Basically, it is the Guinness book pages pasted on the walls. Nothing interesting that was interactive. The "movie records" are incredibly out of date - they show a slide show stating the Jack Nicholson and Meryl Streep now command the biggest salaries and reference movies from the 1980's as the biggest sellers. At $13 or 14 a genuine rip-off, in my opinion. Spend half that and go see a movie at Grauman's.
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