via MICHAEL LEARNED, RICHARD THOMAS, JUDY NORTON, JON WALMSLEY, MARY McDONOUGH, ERIC SCOTT, and KAMI COTLER are all scheduled to appear at the Hollywood Museum on Thursday, Nov. 17 to help launch THE WALTONS EXHIBIT, a new exhibit that celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the premiere of TV’s most celebrated family

With Thanksgiving Day soon upon us, that means the holidays are just around the corner. To get us ready for the season, our friends at the Hollywood Museum have put together THE WALTONS EXHIBIT, a special exhibit celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the premiere of TV’s most celebrated family and one of television’s most prestigious dramas. Featuring original costumes, props from the set, landmark scripts, cast-loaned collectables, Emmy Awards, the typewriter that Waltons creator Earl Hamner used, and a whole lot more, THE WALTONS EXHIBIT officially launches Thursday, Nov. 17 at The Hollywood Museum, 1660 N. Highland Avenue in the historic Max Factor building in Hollywood, CA.

Not only that, but if you listen to us in the Los Angeles area, or plan on being in L.A. on Thursday, Nov. 17, you can meet seven of the original Waltons cast members, including Michael Learned, Richard Thomas, Judy Norton, Jon Walmsley, Mary McDonough, Eric Scott, and Kami Cotler, as part of a special Opening Day launch of the new Waltons Exhibit that will take place at 1pm on Thursday, Nov. 17 in the Museum’s famous fourth floor ballroom. Esteemed film critic Leonard Maltin will emcee the festivities, while members of the supporting cast of The Waltons and many notable Waltons guest stars are also scheduled to appear.

WHEN: Thursday, Nov 17th, 2022, 1pm – 2pm (Q&A and photos) / 2:00pm to 3pm (Cast joins fans for Exhibit opening)

WHERE1660 N. Highland Ave in the Historic Max Factor Bldg – Conducted in the The Hollywood Museums famous fourth floor Ballroom, which has hosted industry screenings, both Academy and Emmy Award events and numerous other high profile celebrations.


Museum entrance and Waltons Q&A – $25 Adults: $22 Seniors (62+): $22 for students with ID and $15 Children under 5.

Special Offer for the ultimate Waltons Fan – A Photo Op with the family – An additional $50

All ticket levels can be purchased at Will Call in the museum, or purchased in advance by visiting the museum website at

ABOUT THE HOLLYWOOD MUSEUM: The Hollywood Museum, located in the historic Max Factor Building is the official museum of Hollywood and a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation showcasing more than 10,000 Authentic Show Business Treasures, spotlighting 100 years of Hollywood history – from the Silents to Talkies, Hollywood’s Golden Era and Film Noir, Television and its Pioneer Years, through the rebellious 60s, special effects 70s, evolving 80s, involved 90s, technological 2000s, and beyond to current day heartthrobs! The Hollywood Museum’s exhibits showcase the best in film, network and cable television, and new digital platforms featuring iconic and fan favorites! The Hollywood Museum offers visitors the most extensive collection of Hollywood memorabilia in the world – featuring the glamour of Hollywood legends and stars – past, present and in the making. The Hollywood Museum includes one-of-a-kind costumes, props, photographs, scripts, stars’ car collections, personal artifacts, posters, and memorabilia from favorite stars, films and TV shows. Located in the heart of Hollywood, at the corner of Hollywood Blvd and Highland Ave, just steps from the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Hollywood Museum has been named the #1 top tourist attraction in Hollywood by LA Weekly and recently the #1 spot on “Things to Do” by leading travel bloggers, as well as one of the “Top 10” Museums in LA by the LA Tourism and Convention Board and Trip Advisor. 

REGULAR HOURS: Wednesday – Sunday: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm 

REGULAR TICKETS: $15 Adults: $12 Seniors (62+): $12 for students with ID and $5 Children under 5.

ADDRESS: 1660 N. Highland Ave. (at Hollywood Blvd.), Los Angeles, CA 90028 

MUSEUM INFO: or Tel: (323) 464-7776




TWITTER: @HollywoodMuseum

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