Santa Susana Railroad Depot & Museum and Chumash Indian Museum

Santa Susana Railroad Depot & Museum and Chumash Indian Museum

Los Angeles
Sunday, October 10, 2021 -
9:30am to 3:30pm
Simi Valley
California

What a fun day we had, the wetter was absolutely beautiful and we met up with the nicest people, thank you MBZ/LA Members for joining us today for this amazing event.

Santa Susana Railroad Depot Museum, Santa Susana Cafe and Chumash Indian Museum

 

Event information / Description: 

10:30AM  Private 1 1/2 Hr. Tour of Santa Susana Railroad Depot & Museum

Built in 1903 by the Southern Pacific Railroad, the Santa Susana Depot served passengers and farmers in the Simi Valley for more than 60 years. With a classic passenger waiting room featuring a pot-belly stove, the depot was also headquarters for local freight shipments. It was also the home of the station agent. $5:00 Donation

12:00 No Host Lunch at: Old Susana Cafe

1:30PM  Chumash Indian Museum  Self guided Tour (Inn and Out Doors)

is a Native American Interpretive Center in northeast Thousand Oaks, California. It is the site of a former Chumash village, known as Sap'wi. It is located in Oakbrook Regional Park, a 432-acre park which is home to a replica of a Chumash village and thousand year-old Chumash pictographs. Adults  $5  Seniors  (over 65) $3

RSVP by 10/4/21 Train Station needs head count.