Here's a question, if you were going to try and set a new world record, what would you want to do it for? Loudest laugh? Biggest cake made? The most fun had on a family day out? Well, whatever you achieve, you might just find yourself in the Guinness World Records Museum!
This iconic collection of weird and wonderful achievements can be found on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The world records will inspire you, they will amaze you, and some will leave you dumbfounded!
How did they do that? WHY did they do that! Some of them you might even think "What happened for them to even try that ONCE!"
The Guinness World Records Museum has plenty of interactive elements for the kids. They can see how they measure up against the worlds tallest man. They can weigh off against the heaviest man, and even attempt the world long jump record! How do you think you will go!
You can check out how big the largest work of art was, and be impressed by the lowest limbo!
At this family attraction on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, you'll meet a REAL Guinness World Records adjudicator, and you can try and break a world record yourself in their Attempt Area! You even have the chance to earn an official Guinness World Records certificate, how amazing is that?
The Guinness World Records Museum has been giving families a very unusual family day out since 1991 - we wonder how many beat the long jump record!
For up close looks at pop culture, technology, animals, nature, sports and human potential, this is the place to be! Don't forget to take your camera!
Regular Admission: $29.99
$19.99 (Ages 4 to 11)
You're in Hollywood! There are plenty of places to grab some food before you arrive!
Great value Hollywood VIP Pass available which gives discounted combination entry to the Hollywood Wax Museum, the Guinness World Records Museum AND Ripley's Believe It or Not! Also online discounts for daily entry.
They offer group discounts so why not bring the students to get inspired to be great!
Healthy food in LA? Are we the best place to find great family days out? Of course!
If you have special needs, just give them a call to see how they can help you
Don't forget your camera!