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The Museum of Broken Relationships grew from a traveling exhibition revolving around the concept of failed relationships and their ruins. The museum offers a chance to overcome an emotional collapse through creation: by contributing to the permanent...more
Hours Today: 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
6751 Hollywood Blvd, One block east of Highland Avenue., Los Angeles, CA 90028-4623
Interesting experience of people and couples showing their worldwide and interntional stories about their relationships, thir stories, their bad and good moments. also it shows some items and letters of past broken relationships and you can as well tell your good and bad stories. nice...More
We decided to check out this museum based on Tripadvisor reviews. The museum is filled with artifacts coupled with narratives about relationships that ended or failed. I read almost every display. Many were touching. A few were funny. Overall, the museum was a nice change...More
I have wanted to go to the Museum of Broken Relationships ever since I heard about it! I was so excited when they opened one up in Los Angeles. The museum was interesting, but I was underwhelmed (probably given how excited I was for it...More
We purchased admission for 2 via Groupon. I do not recall the price. However, it was a savings via getting it on the official website. This is a very interesting concept. My husband and I went together... which was my idea. The space is sad in...More
I fell in love with the concept of this museum years ago when it was traveling from the original in Croatia-- and I am now thrilled that we have another permanent museum here in Los Angeles! This museum offers people a unique experience to sympathize...More
Living in Hollywood has made me a bit colder as a person over the years. In some ways I've become desensitized to heartbreak. On the news, on the streets, in my own personal life, it's everything. I think for a while I lost touch with...More
Going through I thought it was going to be sad, but it was really rewarding and uplifting to see other people from all over the world felt the way I had in the past. I left feeling emboldened to make new stories of my own!
This museum is a small room with cheap junkyard sale type items on exhibition. It is the worst paid-for museum I have ever been to. Admission is $18 per person and parking nearby is not cheap. Don't go there, you will regret it.
I visited the museum after seeing it on tv. Upon entering, two young ladies were busy talking behind the counter and had absolutely no interaction with me what so ever except to take my money.
The museum is set up well and easy to navigate....More
I recognize that this sounds very campy and cloying but it is neither. It is both artifact & poetry. Found it to be a great place of contemplation & reverie. Some are hilarious, others are poignant & heartbreaking. And you can chronicle your own.
Hollywood undoubtedly conjures up images of movie stars and high-end lifestyles, and to this day, tourists flock here from around the world to see the iconic Hollywood Walk of Fame, Chinese Theatre and to catch a glimpse of the famed Hollywood sign up close. Celebrity impersonators and crowds give these areas the feeling of an amusement park while many clubs and hotels fill up around the weekends for late-night
partying - the Hollywood club scene is a haven for thumping music and table-side bottle service. But parties aren’t the only way to enjoy this area, many visitors come to the neighborhood to sit back with a picnic to watch a performance at the Hollywood Bowl and those looking to stay fit trek along nature trails in the Hollywood hills and in Griffith Park.