Our Mission

The mission of the Lone Pine Film History Museum is to collect, preserve, protect, archive and exhibit a variety of original materials containing information of permanent historical value relating to the history and heritage of the American Western Film for the education and enrichment of the public. The Museum actively pursues collections of personal papers, business and organizational records, as well as memorabilia that reflect and document aspects of Western film history and popular culture for successive generations to discover. The emphasis of the Museum is to organize and preserve in perpetuity the collection and to create an educational archive accessible to the public for research and interpretation of American Western film heritage.

  • The Museum relies on members, private funding and grants to support its mission. Your support in making a donation today
    Read More
  • The museum relies on the generosity of donors. Your contributions provide valuable support for exhibits, education programs, and collections, You
    Read More
  • Unlimited free general admission is only one of the exclusive benefits offered to members and designed to enhance every visit.
    Read More

Directions

Contact Info

&nbspThe Museum of Western Film History
701 S. Main Street
Lone Pine, CA 93545
760-876-9909