The San Fernando Valley has a rich and dynamic past, as witnessed by the region’s growth from an agricultural suburb to nearly two million residents. Before the artifacts of our past disappear, it’s good to know that the Valley Relics Museum in Chatsworth rescues and preserves keepsakes from across the area. Here you’ll find iconic signage from the Palomino Club, Henry’s Tacos, Bob’s Big Boy and many others. The museum is organized in sections focusing on the Valley’s film and aerospace industry past, as well as other fascinating aspects of our unique history.
Open on Saturdays from 10am to 3pm, this non-profit enterprise is family run and offers free admission, though visitor donations are greatly appreciated.
You’re invited to join the Valley Village Homeowners Association for an outing to the Valley Relics Museum on Saturday, August 4, 2018
The museum rescues & preserves all manner of historical memorabilia from the Valley’s unique past and proudly displays the collection free of charge (donations appreciated).
We will be gathering at the Orange Line bus, Laurel Canyon Station (west platform, in the middle of Chandler) at 10:30am, or you may meet us at the museum at noon.
Please join us for this!