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The Laurel and Hardy Museum of Harlem, Georgia

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The Laurel and Hardy Museum of Harlem, Georgia

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Bobby C wrote a review Apr 2020
Harlem, Georgia, United States23 contributions9 helpful votes
It sucks. We went to the museum, the city, and the festival. All 3 sucked. They are all overpriced, overrated, and none if which are family oriented. There is just way too much alcohol, and a lack of parking. You wouldn't expect people to be rude, but they very much were.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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smctarheel wrote a review Nov 2019
Sheffield, United Kingdom33 contributions43 helpful votes
We visited Harlem specifically to visit this museum, which has moved to new premises. The staff are very friendly and its a nice touch having a film playing in the theater. The exhibit does seem rather small, but as was explained to us, only about 25% of the collection is on display at any given time. It must be particularly atmospheric during the festival. You get real Southern Hospitality here in Harlem.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Joseph M wrote a review Nov 2019
East Sandwich, Massachusetts1,338 contributions127 helpful votes
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I hate giving this a poor rating. I'm a big Laura & Hardy Fan. The old theater setting at the center of town is excellent. Its the collection that's weak. And, the museum is bit unfocused as it tries to also be a local history museum, unrelated to Oliver Hardy. My favorite sight was the Oliver Hardy Water Tank that towers over the town (War of Worlds like with Oliver Hardy staring down at you). There are few interesting items, but you can see the whole collection in about 15 minutes. They run a short in the theater and that was worth watching. But for the short movie, this would be fast stop. There's a great ice cream shop, Yoder's, across the street.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Janelle W wrote a review Nov 2019
Odessa, Texas10 contributions3 helpful votes
Great little museum. It has moved down the street to the old theater. Lots of memorabilia. We really enjoyed our visit.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Sandy H wrote a review Nov 2019
Atlanta, Georgia18 contributions7 helpful votes
I take "field trips" around the Atlanta area (this could include travels of up to about 150 miles) and spent a couple hours in the Laurel and Hardy Museum. You can see everything in the museum twice in that time. The place is clean, well kept, friendly staff and great L & H movies going most of the time. It's well worth the time if you live in the general area as well as if you have a couple hours as you're passing through. Only downside is it's a bit of a way off the freeway.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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