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Forest Lawn Museum of Mexican and American History

Category: Monuments + Museums + Sightseeing + Tours

6300 Forest Lawn Drive, Los Angeles, CA

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Forest Lawn Museum - Griffith Park area - Forest Lawn cemetery has a museum with statues, stained glass and other art exhibits. Also be sure to visit their Court of Freedom that pays tribute to e...
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FOREST LAWN 6300 Forest Lawn Dr, Los Angeles, CA (818) 984-1711 The final resting place of many Hollywood's luminaries, but this is more than a memorial park. Experince the rich history of America as you stand before American Revolution inspired statuary, the world's largest historical mosaic, "The ...
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Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery - Starsummary
Accordingly, in 1849 the public-spirited entrepreneur Charles E. Clarke purchased approximately 80 acres of the Granger estate at $150 per acre and begun the following spring to grade and survey the la...
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