• Lone Pine Film History Museum - Lone Pine, California

      Roadtrip Attraction
      Hundreds of films, have been filmed in the Alabama Hills since the 1920's. This museum has famous movie props, historic films and a movie-related store. It's also the host to the annual Lone Pine Film Festival where attendees can watch films and travel to the locations where the movies were made.

      Photo by Megan Edwards

      If you go:
      There are two self-guided auto tours that identify over 20 different movie set sites. It's likely you recognize several of the locations. Both tours are available from the museum for a small donation. The film festival is the first weekend of October.


      701 South Main Street
      Lone Pine, California 93545 USA

      Mailing address:
      P.O. Box 111
      Lone Pine, CA 93545 USA

      Phone Numbers:

      Museum Information
      +1 (760) 937-1189

      Lone Pine Film Festival
      +1 (760) 876-9103

      Film History Guided Tours
      +1 (760) 876-9909

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      1. Mark Sedenquist's Avatar
        Mark Sedenquist -
        Seed money to create this museum was donated by Beverly and Jim Rogers of Las Vegas fame!