The Lone Ranger exemplified upstanding character and righteous purpose. He engaged in plenty of action, but his silver bullets were symbols of "justice by law," and were never used to kill. For the children's audience, he represented clean living and noble effort in the cause of fighting crime. His values and style, including his polished manners and speech, were intended to provide a positive role model.Read more...Read More
Lone Ranger - Exhibit +
Featuring a wide variety of memorabilia, the exhibit includes the musuem's Lone Ranager collection as well as many items on loan from actor, Bobby Blake and from the Dave Holland Estate, courtesy of Melody Holland Ogburn.
Summer Hours May 1 - October 31 Sunday 10 am - 4 pm Monday - Wednesday 10 am - 6 pm Thursday - Saturday 10 am - 6 pm
Winter Hours November 1 - April 30 Sunday 10 am - 4 pm Monday - Wednesday 10 am - 5 pm Thursday - Saturday 10 am - 5 pm
Admission Donation - $5 For Adults; Children Under 12, enlisted military and Museum Members ...Free of Charge
MUSEUM CLOSED for New Years Day, Easter, 4th Of July, Thanksgiving and Christmas
PET POLICY: The museum is Pet Friendly, but pets must be on leash or carried and under control of the owner at all times. The museum reserves the right to ask a pet owner to take the pet out if behavior or barking becomes disturbing to other guests. Museum also reserves the right to limit the number of pets in the museum at any one time. Please see front desk when checking in.
The Museum of Western Film History 701 S. Main Street Lone Pine, CA 93545