Huntington Museum of Art's Most Expensive Exhibit

By: Doug Korstanje Email
By: Doug Korstanje Email

It is the most expensive exhibit ever staged at the Huntington Museum of Art and you only have four days left to see it if you haven't gone.

More than 6,000 people have walked through the doors so far to see Marilyn Monroe and her life as a legend.

There are few of us who haven't seen Marilyn’s image in some form, but the photography and art that's been compiled in one collection at the Huntington Museum of Art is considered a once in a lifetime opportunity to see Marilyn’s Life as a Legend in it's many different forms and in this last week of the exhibit, people are still coming here so they don't miss out. With only four days left, the museum is pleased with the attendance so far.

Expensive Like Diamond, and a Show Worthy of the Image, Marilyn helped create you can see the Marilyn Monroe exhibit through Sunday at the Huntington Museum of Art.

Thursday through Saturday, hours are 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Sunday it's noon to 5 p.m. Admission is $8 with special rates for larger families and there are adults only pictures as part of the exhibit.

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