Legends Museum

Museum Entrance

CMG Worldwide’s museum, known as The Legends Museum, opened in December 1999, as a tribute to the greatest personalities of the past 100 years. Visitors are encouraged to look deeper into yesteryear, and see what made the entertainment, sports, and music industries so great, as they peer into each display case, wondering about the past.

Items belonging to Bettie Page, James Dean, Ella Fitzgerald and other legends are proudly displayed in the museum, and it is with great pleasure that CMG shares the accomplishments and achievements of these legends with the public.

Legends Museum Donations
The Legends Museum is a non-profit museum that largely caters to school children in Indianapolis, as well as the surrounding areas. Our collections are, for the most part, funded by the generous donations of historical organizations and memorabilia collectors. We would be more than happy to provide you with the proper tax donation forms, if you choose to donate to our museum.

Interested in donating memorabilia, photos, or other museum-quality items to CMG Worldwide?

Fill out a Non-Cash Charitable form.

Email completed form here.

CMG Worldwide frequently works with stage, screen, and playing-field legends, many of which have intriguing and exciting stories to tell. Our experienced personnel can assist you with displaying your memorabilia and can help you to build an exhibit that tells a story.

While the Legends Museum normally features displays that provide an overview of our legendary clients, from time to time, our office showcases a very selective exhibit. In 2004, the Indianapolis office hosted the worldwide premier of Robert Otto’s Marilyn—The Exhibit. This exhibit highlighted artifacts and memorabilia from one of the most beloved screen actresses of all time.

If you are interested in having CMG host your exhibit and memorabilia, please contact us here.