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Guinness World Records Museum, Los Angeles

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  • In this museum you will find a lot of world records exhibitions. It is an amazing place if you are into crazy and uncommon stuff. The museum is not extensive so you can see it in about 1h and you are ...  more »
  • You have there just a bunch of reading parts of explaination about the record, and a photo. At the end of the museum you can try and break some simple silly records that is the only nice thing there. ...  more »
  • Very interesting and lots of fun facts u get to learn!! I went with a couple of friends and we all got to laugh and interact with the exhibits!!  more »
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  • 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
  • I'm born and raised in California and I'm ashamed to admit this was my first time going but I loved it very fun
  • Really Great but its outdated. Or rather stuck in 90's-mid 2000. Very early 2000 vibes in 2017. Expensive but you get access to the wax museum, ripleys, and ginueas wr.
  • We had a lot of fun here! We bought the pass to go to all three places (wax museum & Riley's) and this was my favorite! There are a lot of unique records out there for things I never would have thought of. There's a designated area to test your skill at breaking a few records. It was loads of fun!! It's a tourist attraction so it's very very crowded. My only pics are of us and our records so I didn't share them. You'll have fun!!