Eight bucks gets you into this small museum stashed in a used book and record store. It pays homage to Neal Cassady, Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg and other Beat Generation luminaries with homemade displays and cracked glass cases packed with books, manuscripts, photos and other ephemera, as well as the odd license plate and brown and tan plaid jacket worn by Kerouac. A new addition is the 1949 Hudson, still dusty and dirty, used in the recent "On the Road" movie. 540 Broadway; (800) 537-6822, http://www.kerouac.com 10 a.m.-7 p.m daily, except Christmas and New Year's. Adults $8, students $5.
Anne Harnagel / Los Angeles Times
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