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Nethercutt antique car museum Sylmar, CA
The J.B. Nethercutt Collection at San Sylmar in Sylmar, California is an outstanding display of dedication and passion for "functional fine art". Beyond the realm of the automobile, the collection houses superb examples of original antique furniture, and a colossal display of automatic and reproducing musical instruments.The focus here is the automotive collection which spans over 200 cars. Although currently, only 30 incredible cars are displayed at a time. That's the bad news. The good news is a new, larger museum is currently under way and will house the entire collection for viewing. To fully appreciate the wonder that is San Sylmar I highly suggest calling the Museum staff at 1(818)367-2251 to schedule your free tour. Due to numerous requests, here is the museum street address: 15200 Bledsoe Street, Sylmar, California 91342. You will not be disappointed, only amazed.
San Sylmar is located in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains in Southern California, just north of Los Angeles.

Autry National Center

Features America's Western heritage at the Valley's ode to the Wild West, both situated in historic Griffith Park in the Southeast Valley. The Autry Museum houses over 41,000 artifacts and fine arts and pays homage to the American West -- from its Native American roots to its pioneering past and the romance created by Hollywood.
4700 Western Heritage Way
Los Angeles, CA
(located in Griffith Park)

Home of the 2016 Republican Presidential Debates hosted by CNN

Ronald Reagan Presidential Library Simi Valley, CA

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum

40 Presidential Drive
Simi Valley, California 93065

Main Phone: 800-410-8354 or 805-577-4000
Fax: 805-577-4074

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation
“The doors of this library are open now and all are welcome. The judgment of history is left to you, the people.” —Ronald Reagan, Remarks at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library Dedication
(November 4, 1991)

Artifacts from President Reagan’s childhood and professional career provide physical evidence of his extraordinary life. Step through a model of the Dixon Arch in Illinois to experience Reagan’s youth, while his Eureka College letter sweater recalls his student years. A recreated studio booth highlights his early radio broadcasting career, which led to an acting contract with Warner Bros. Film clips. Original costumes and movie posters trace his days in the movies, the Screen Actors Guild, and on television, as host of GE Theater and Death Valley Days. Glimpse into Ronald and Nancy Reagan’s devoted marriage, a love story straight out of a Hollywood script. Learn about Reagan’s growing involvement in politics. Witness his presidency, from reviving the economy, reducing the size of the federal government, and ending the threat of nuclear war. See a piece of the Berlin Wall, immerse yourself in Camp David and Rancho del Cielo. And, in 2005, walk through the Air Force One that President Reagan used throughout his eight years in office.


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Air Force One
Air Force One Pavilion

Upon leaving office, President Reagan stated that one day he hoped he would be able to share Air Force One with the American people by placing it at his Presidential Library. That dream to have this magnificent aircraft here at his Library has finally come true. We are privileged to have this national treasure and honored by the trust the United States Air Force has placed in us to share it with the American people. The new Air Force One Pavilion, which opened on October 24, 2005, celebrates President Reagan’s vision and tells the story of his staggering achievements.

Visitors to the Reagan Library will be able to board the Air Force One that served as the “Flying White House,” for President Reagan and six other U.S. presidents from 1973-2001. The new Air Force One Pavilion celebrates President Reagan’s vision of face-to-face diplomacy and tells the story of his achievements in promoting peace and democracy around the globe. In addition to Air Force One, the Pavilion includes a Johnson-era Marine One and a Presidential motorcade featuring President Reagan’s 1984 parade limousine.

40 Presidential Drive
Simi Valley, California 93065

Main Phone: 800-410-8354 or 805-577-4000
Fax: 805-577-4074

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Paramount Ranch

Part of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area,

Paramount Ranch Road (off Cornell Road)
Agoura Hills, CA 91301
Phone: (818) 597-9192

Paramount Ranch has been location for Westerns since 1927. In its sixty plus years of film history, this site has posed as Tombstone, Arizona and Dodge City, Kansas. It has stood in for the rolling hills of Montana and the dusty streets of Laredo. Moviegoers have been fooled into mistaking it for the Royal Gorge of Colorado, the Ozark Mountains, Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Tom Sawyer's Missouri. Producers have even passed it off as 13th century China, colonial Salem, and the island of Java.


Tarzana Safari Walk
Ventura Boulevard west of Reseda Boulevard
Tarzana, California
There is no admission to enjoy strolling and shopping along Ventura Boulevard in historic Tarzana -- so named by its most famous resident, Edgar Rice Burroughs. The "Tarzana Safari Walk" is a subtly but unmistakably-themed stretch of Ventura where monkeys hang from light poles and shrubs look like giraffes. There is ample metered parking on the boulevard. Bring your camera and explore!

Courtesy of the San Fernando Valley Conference & Visitors Bureau, call them for more info.

Simi Valley Town Center
1555 Simi Town Center Way
Simi Valley, CA 93065
Guest Services: (805) 581-1430
Locally anticipated for more than 20 years, Simi Valley Town Center is a 600,000-square-foot open-air shopping, dining and entertainment regional center. Located north of Highway 118, between First Street and Erringer Road, the center features premier tenants such as Anthropologie, BombayKids, Brighton Collectibles, California Pizza Kitchen, Coach, Urban Outfitters, White House Black Market, Z Gallerie and more than 100 additional retailers and eateries. Regular hours are Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sundays 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Restaurant, holiday and department store hours may vary. For more information visit
thousand oaks civic arts plaza, thousand oaks, ca Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza is located in beautiful Ventura County, with miles of coastline and the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. The City of Thousand Oaks is only 45 miles from downtown Los Angeles and about an hour from Santa Barbara. Fun places like Disneyland, Universal Studios, Knotts Berry Farm, Six Flags Magic Mountain, and the Getty Museum are within about an hour to an hour and a half driving distance. The Alliance is the private sector partner of the City of Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza and has been nationally recognized by the National Endowment for the Arts and the League of Cities as a successful model for public/private partnerships.
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