William S. Hart Museum
Hart Park and Museum was named after William Hart, who was a Hollywood legend, a cowboy, and the star of many 1920’s silent films.
The Mansion and Ranch House are located in scenic William S. Hart Park in Santa Clarita, where guests can visit a live collection of farm animals including a herd of American bison, and spend time exploring a vast picnic area, series of hiking trails, and his 22-room Spanish Colonial Revival style Mansion. This eclectic home and collection of belongings has been preserved as a tribute to California history.
Take the Antelope Valley line to the Newhall Station.
From the station walk to Market Street to Main Street.
Head south on Main Street until you reach the park, located on Newhall Avenue.
Guests will need to walk 1/4 of a mile up the Nature Trail (which starts between the Ranch House and the Gift Store) to the museum, which is located at the top of a steep hill.
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