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The Laurel and Hardy Museum of Harlem, Georgia opened in 2002 and is the ONLY museum in the United States dedicated to comedians Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. Harlem, Georgia is the birthplace of Oliver Hardy. Admission is free, and visitors can see...more
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...More
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...More
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...More
We went here during the Oliver Hardy celebrations in October. For an English couple abroad it was an insight into real America with genuine people. We were made welcome by all that we spoke to and thoroughly enjoyed the visit. Things that were perfectly normal...More
My first piece of advice is going to be to call this museum before you go, especially if you are coming from out of town. We were a long way from home and visited here on a Saturday. The hours were listed as 10 am...More
I will admit that I was a little disappointed. The museum consists of two rooms. One room has memorabilia, some of which was made by one of the volunteers. The other room displays more memorabilia and some movies. The volunteers are knowledgeable of the two...More