For the health and safety of visitors and staff, wearing a mask indoors is recommended, but no longer mandatory. A free face mask is available upon request. Touch-free hand-sanitizer stations are available for visitors. Thank you for helping us stay safe and healthy. We look forward to your visit!
Forest Lawn Museum and the Hall of Crucifixion-Resurrection will be closed on Dec. 25 and Jan. 1.
1712 S Glendale Ave.
Glendale, CA 91205
Forest Lawn Museum is located at the top of the hill within Forest Lawn-Glendale.
The Last Supper is the centerpiece of the Memorial Court of Honor, the only place in the world where Michelangelo’s greatest statuary works can be seen together in one location. View this stunning stained glass masterpiece…
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.
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 email@example.com or tag us @forestlawnmuseum to be featured on our Instagram account!
Forest Lawn Museum is proud to present, Light & Matter: The Art of Matthew Brandt, curated by Colin Westerbeck. This retrospective exhibition features more than 100 photographs and multi-media artworks, some of which have never before been exhibited.
Revealing the history behind the iconic art and architecture of Forest Lawn, the exhibition includes paintings, drawings, sculptures, stained glass, maps, archival photographs, and more, which are drawn primarily from Forest Lawn Museum’s permanent collection. Some of the objects are more than 100 years old, and many of the artworks have never before been exhibited.
Forest Lawn Museum is proud to present the first comprehensive Judson Studios exhibition, which shines a new light on contemporary and historic stained glass. Founded in 1897, the Los Angeles-based studio has been a leader in the field of stained glass for more than 120 years. The exhibition includes nearly 100 original stained glass artworks, preparatory drawings, archival photographs, oil paintings, and watercolors, many of which have never before been exhibited.
"Celebrating Stained Glass: An Evening with the Art of Judson Studios"
Celebrate with us! Join Forest Lawn Museum for art, refreshments, and discussion. The evening will include free exhibition tours, complimentary drinks and hors d’oeuvres, and a Q&A with David Judson (President of Judson Studios) and artist Jane Brucker, led by Museum Director James Fishburne.
FREE VIRTUAL EVENTJUDSON STUDIOS: STAINED GLASS FROM GOTHIC TO STREET STYLE IN CONVERSATION WITH DAVID JUDSON AND STEFFIE NELSON
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.
The exhibition examines the history of aerial photography, from its origins in the nineteenth century to the boundary-pushing technologies of the twenty-first century. It assembles nearly 150 images and 14 minutes of video, as well as satellite models and drones.
On the afternoon of January 25, 2020, join Forest Lawn Museum for a discussion on aerial photography, presented in conjunction with the current exhibition The Elevated Eye: Aerial Photography Past and Present.