The Conejo Valley Historical Society was formed in 1965 to save the original Grand Union Hotel from demolition. With that success behind them, the Society developed a docent program and began leading tours of the Hotel (rebuilt in 1976 as the Stagecoach Inn). Fast forward to 2017, and the Stagecoach Inn Museum is a beloved member of the community, offering family-oriented special events, lectures, school programs, and a fun and friendly group of docents. Come visit the Stagecoach Inn Museum Complex and see what's happening today!
Spend your future being part of our past!
Have you always longed to dress up in Victorian costumes, put on your cowboy gear in the morning, or play the part of a pioneer in the Old West? If the answer is yes, then you're the person we've been looking for. Our docents interpret Conejo Valley history in costume, sharing their love of history with museum visitors: young, old, and in-between.
If you'd like to join in the fun, leave a message for Nellie Cusworth at 805 497 1930 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Stagecoach Inn Museum is deeply grateful to all of its volunteers for their commitment, camaraderie, and hard work.
Those of you who attended our March Antiques and Collectibles Study Group Program noticed the reporter and photographer from the Ventura County Star interviewing Mary Rydberg and asking for comments from some of you. The story was in the Star.
Two animal trainers, one of whom used to work at the old Jungleland in Thousand Oaks, transfixed a packed room at the Stagecoach Inn Museum on Sunday with lion tales.