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Beach Boys Historic Landmark

Beach Boys Historic Landmark, located in Los Angeles, CA, is a popular landmark, a top attraction for visitors. The Beach Boys Historic Landmark includes information on opening hours and admission.

Beach Boys Historic Landmark is famous for its unique collection of historic information on the Beach Boys. The educational displays include some of their milestone albums, singles, and videos which are available for viewing at this landmark attraction.

Beach Boys Historic Landmark History

Beach Boys Historic Landmark was constructed in 1976 as a way to honor the memory of this famous band. Over time, it has grown into an educational landmark that includes interesting information on this legendary group and its history. The Beach Boys were formed in 1961 by brothers Brian, Carl, Dennis, and their cousin Mike Love.

The original name for this band was The Pendletones after their hometown in Southern California, Hawthorne. Later in 1961, they changed its name to The Beach Boys when they recorded "Surfin'". Their music is still popular today, even when they went on an unofficial hiatus in the late 1970s for Dennis' health reasons.

Historically, Beach Boys Historic Landmark has been located at the La Brea Tar Pits. In 2000, it was relocated to its current location where it can be accessed by a larger number of visitors.

Today, Beach Boys Historic Landmark is a popular landmark and music museum in Los Angeles, California. It welcomes thousands of visitors each year who have an interest in learning more about this famous band.

The Beach Boys Historic Landmark is open seven days a week, closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas. General admission prices are $3 for adults and $1 for children 5-12 years old, with children under five free of charge.

Beach Boys Historic Landmark Attractions

On display at the Beach Boys Historic Landmark is a collection of memorabilia from the band’s most popular albums, singles, and videos. Visitors can enjoy viewing their album covers, press photos, Grammy Awards, and more items dating back to 1962 when they first formed as a group.

The shows and concerts on stage included many stars such as The Rolling Stones and the Beatles.

This landmark is a popular location for families, fans of all ages, and music lovers alike to visit as it’s just minutes from downtown Los Angeles.

The displays at the Beach Boys Historic Landmark include their first album “Surfin’ Safari” with cover art by Paul Smith who also designed the artwork for their third album “Surfer Girl”.

Visitors can view their Grammy Awards and gold records, including “Surfin’ USA” and “Good Vibrations”.

The Beach Boys Historic Landmark also includes a historical timeline of their musical accolades and appearances on the television show American Bandstand.

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