House From ‘The Big Lebowski’ Donated to L.A. Art Museum
Explore the pad of fictional character Jackie Treehorn
The estate featured in the Coen brothers’ film, The Big Lebowski, is going to someday be part of the permanent collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Owner James Goldstein recently promised the home and its contents to LACMA. Aside from its architecture, the 1963 home features far-reaching views and lush tropical gardens. See the Lebowski home in detail below.
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