The Little Hollywood Movie Museum reveals how Southern Utah became the back-lot for some of the most spectacular movies ever made in Hollywood. From its beginnings with Tom Mix in Deadwood Coach to the recent Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition photo shoot, Southern Utah defines the landscapes of the American West.
The Little Hollywood Movie Museum , a 501 (c)(3) tax exempt non profit, uses actual movie sets as the centerpiece of its exploration of the stars and stories of how a sleepy little town became a haunt for Hollywood stars. Clint Eastwood used Southern Utah for most of his classic The Outlaw Josey Wales and we have the Homestead set. Kiefer Sutherland used the windmill from the Little Hollywood Museum for his Truth or Consequences NM. John Wayne contributed to mystique with Stagecoach and Charleton Heston evoked the Bible with The Greatest Story Every Told and the wrath of technology with Planet of the Apes. Kanab was also home to classic TV series The Lone Ranger and Gunsmoke.
The LHMM is on the back lot of the Trading Post at Little Hollywood, a gift shop focused on Made in the USA merchandise, including fair trade Native American Arts and Jewelry, From fine gifts to fun souvenirs Little Hollywood offers a great selection at fair prices.
Museum & Trading Post
We don't charge admission to the Movie Sets but we do suggest a $5 per adult donation.
Chuckwagon is only open for group tours.
Step into your wild west fantasy and
we will see you on the set!
297. W. Center St., Kanab, UT 84741