Screening Room

Selected film programs will be complimented with written educational notes and/or onstage lecturers offering historical background and context. Entry into the screening room, which will also be available for after-hours lectures and event rental included in the price of museum admission or by separate ticket.

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The Museum

Arizona's Little Hollywood Museum will be a landmark cultural institution unique in the Southwest. Upon entering the museum's estimated 12,000 square-foot main exhibition area, with an emphasis on how the films photographed in Sedona and northern Arizona reflected and helped shape their times.

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Donate

Right now we need your financial support, and even a small donation will help us move forward. Contributions can be made via PayPal or check. Remember, all contributions are tax deductible, so every gift has a return. Thank you for your interest in supporting Arizona's Little Hollywood Foundation!

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About Us

Planning for Arizona's Little Hollywood Museum has been moving full speed ahead, with committees of local volunteers meeting to begin brainstorming exactly what patrons will experience during a visit. In spring 2010, plans were announced for the creation of Arizona's Little Hollywood Museum.

The goal is to create a constantly evolving museum that will be just as relevant 50 years from now as it is today – one that other cultural institutions will look to for ideas," says Joe McNeill, the museum's creative director.

The one thing everyone agrees is that ALHM must educate and entertain through a state-of-the art interactive experience unlike anything ever seen before in northern Arizona.

To stimulate outside-the-box thinking, committee members recently visited other high-tech cultural institutions – like The Atomic Testing Museum and The Mob Museum in Las Vegas (where visitors get to fire the Tommy gun simulator pictured above), and the Museum of the Moving Image in New York.

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What's New?

Museum Update
The goal is to create a constantly evolving museum that will be just as relevant 50 years from now as it is today.
Fundraising Event
Arizona's Little Hollywood Museum Announces Fundraising Event. For more information call 928.282.1855
Sedona Citizen: Orson Welles
Orson Welles lived in Sedona for nearly two years in the '70s. His daughter, Beatrice Welles, offers a rare glimpse into his private life in the third and final part of our exclusive interview.
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