The Hollywood Museum sits in the beautiful Max Factor Building, a landmark of Hollywood for 75 years. The outside looks a bit like a castle, and the inside is standard old-Hollywood Art Deco style. More than 35,000 square feet in size, the exhibit space is adorned in gold trim, marble and chandeliers. The museum features Hollywood memorabilia from all eras of film, including silent pieces as well as props from modern blockbusters. The building is split into four levels, with rooms containing cars, posters, props and even one with more than 1,000 black and white photos. There's an additional top floor available for special-event rental. Tickets to the museum are $15.