Explore the history of the Conejo Valley through the voices of the people who once lived here. As you walk the grounds of the Stagecoach Inn Museum you'll meet "Mr. Thousand Oaks", Alex Fiore; actress Frances Dee (wife of Joel McCrea); Frances Newbury, one of the area's first pioneers; Frank Crowley, who built the Crowley House (still standing on Pleasant Avenue) for his bride Mae in 1910; Guy Runnion., and many other notable residents of our past who helped to develop the Conejo Valley into the beautiful community it is today.
Step back in time with 7 scenes around the museum.
Join the theater after-party downstairs in Anderson Hall and enjoy a delicious assortment of refreshments!
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Tours at 4:40, 5:00, 5:20, 5:40, 6:00 on October 7, 8, 14, and 15.
15 participants per tour
$20 for General Public, CVHS Members $15 w/Discount Code.
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Please arrive 10 minutes before your tour time. Park on Susan Drive which is accessed from Lynn Road. Wear comfortable shoes.