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J.B. Nethercutt began his collection of automobiles in 1956, with the purchase of two antiques, a 1936 Duesenberg Convertible Roadster for $5,000 and a 1930 DuPont Town Car for $5...
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﻿The Gibbon Conservation Center is home to one of the largest populations of Gibbons in the world. Gibbons are great apes, not monkeys, and the staff take amused offense at visit...
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This wonderful area in Santa Clarita features a gentle creek with lush shrubbery, grasses, colorful flowers, and sycamore trees. You can shorten the run and turn around at Walker Ranch ...
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William S. Hart was born in Newburgh, New York on December 6, 1864.Hart started his acting career in his twenties. At the age of 49, Hart came west to Hollywood to start his movie c...
Renee's Art Studio has been teaching adults and children in the community how to paint for more than 30 years...
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The Mission of the Canyon Theatre Guild is to make the world a better place by entertaining, educating, enlightening, and enriching our community through quality live theatre.
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Six Flags Magic Mountain is located north of Los Angeles at the Magic Mountain Parkway exit off Interstate 5 in Valencia. Known worldwide as a thrill ride haven, the 260-acre t...
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The City of Santa Clarita was formed by incorporation on December 15, 1987. The original City Council included Mayor Howard "Buck" McKeon, Mayor Pro-tem Jan Heidt and Councilmembers...
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- Castaic Lake Recreation Area encompasses 8,800 acres of land including two bodies of water, each serving distinct types of recreation. It is one of the State Water Project's larges...
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A Member of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, William S. Hart Park is less than an hour's drive from most areas of Los Angeles. It is the former home and ranch of Wi...
Andres Pico Adobe in Mission Hills, CA is one of more than 15,400 museums in the MuseumsUSA directory. Find an exciting museum to visit where you live or vacation today.
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What park has seventeen thrilling coasters, is featured often on the Discovery Channel, and is open practically all year? It's Six Flags Magic Mountain, southern CaliforniaÃ‚Â...
Inside are museum displays of native American beads, Mission and Spanish-Mexican era artifacts, costumes and clothing that span more than a century, and furniture from the Vic...
The museum comprises 15 structures: the Main Adobe, a Fountain, a Chapel, a Bell Structure, and a Winery, all built in the 19th century. Structures built in the early 20th cen...
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