Forest Lawn Museum ~

Temporarily Closed

Enriching the community through artwork

Temporary Closure:

Forest Lawn Museum,
Hall of Crucifixion-Resurrection,
The Great Mausoleum and
Hall of Liberty are Closed
Until Further Notice.

In order to help minimize the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and following recommendations from Federal, State, and local agencies, Forest Lawn Museum, Hall of Crucifixion-Resurrection, and The Great Mausoleum in our Glendale location, and Hall of Liberty in our Hollywood Hills location are closed to the public until further notice. We take pride in our art collection and free community programming, and we look forward to being able to share them with you once more in the near future. Please standby for more details in the weeks and months ahead.






In advance of the opening of the exhibition, Judson Studios: Stained Glass from Gothic to Street Style at Forest Lawn Museum, join us for a very special virtual event celebrating the work of Judson Studios.

Fifth generation president David Judson and writer Steffie Nelson, co-authors of the new book, JUDSON: Innovation in Stained Glass (Angel City Press), will sit down for a conversation about the 124-year old Highland Park studio moderated by Museum Director James Fishburne.
When: Wednesday, December 9
Time: 7:00-8:15 PM
To RSVP email:




Free Downloadable Coloring Book

Download a PDF of our 1962 Forest Lawn coloring book for FREE! It includes 26 vintage pictures to brighten your day. Email your colorful images to or tag us @forestlawnmuseum to be featured on our Instagram account!

Museum Information

1712 S Glendale Ave.
Glendale, CA 91205

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Temporarily Closed

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For all other Forest Lawn inquiries please call 1 (888) 204-3131

Upcoming Exhibit: Postponed

Permanent Exhibits: Temporarily Closed

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About The Museum

First opened in 1952, the Forest Lawn Museum is located adjacent to the Hall of Crucifixion-Resurrection at Forest Lawn – Glendale.  Forest Lawn’s founder, Dr. Hubert Eaton, wrote in his Builder’s Creed that our park should be “a place where artists study and sketch; where school teachers bring happy children to see the things they read of in books.” In that spirit, the Forest Lawn Museum displays a permanent collection, as well as world-class rotating exhibits. With engaging special exhibits and free educational and artistic activities, there is always something new to experience.

Past Events & Exhibits