Museum of Western Film History

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A museum that will make you want to shout, "Hi-yo, Silver!" has memorabilia and history of "The Lone Ranger" and other iconic westerns from the early 1900s displayed in 40 exhibits. Housed in an old movie theater, the museum is also right in the midst of the favorite film locations for Hollywood's westerns. Lone Pine is still a go-to for directors; you might have seen glimpses of the desert landscape in more recent blockbusters such as "Gladiator," "Dinosaur," and "Tremors." The museum is on the corner of E Inyo St. and S Main St. Temporary hours are Thursday through Monday 10 to 4 and adult admission is $5. This is a dog-friendly establishment to your leashed buddies! (Photo by @jasmin_isdab0mb)