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#277 Santa Susana Pass State Historic Park

Santa Susana Pass State Historic Park preserves rocky canyons, Native American sites and an historic stagecoach route. Tongva, Chumash, and Tataviam Native Americans used this spot as a trading route and many remnants still remain. From 1861-76, it served as the Old Santa Susana Stage Road which connected travelers from Los Angeles to Santa Barbara & San Francisco. In the 1900's, it served as the backdrop of the old west for the adjacent RKO Studios.


#257 Mulholland Drive

Mulholland Drive is a famous drive in the Hollywood Hills opening in 1924. At 21 miles long, the drive provides sweeping views of Hollywood & its iconic sign, Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley. With its celebrity homes and history, it is an ultimate tourist attraction but the views far outweigh the crowds.


#171 The Nethercutt Collection

The Nethercutt Collection contains one of the finest sets of automobiles in the World. With more than 130 antique and vintage autos, mechanical music instruments, nickelodeons and the Wurlitzer Theatre Pipe Organ, the collection will keep you entertained with wonder. J.B. Nethercutt and his wife Dorothy created the museum which has been free since its opening in 1971. J.B.'s Aunt founded Merle Norman Cosmetics, whom he went into business with and whose profits helped create this amazing collection.


#20 Mission San Fernando Rey de España

Mission San Fernando Rey de España is located in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles. Founded in 1797, 'Mission of the Valley' was the 17th of the 21 Missions in California. Just before the famed Gold Rush of California, a brother of the mission discovered the first gold in nearby Placerita Canyon. Those who enter the Mission may feel the resemblance as it has been used in several films. Bob Hope is also interred here making it a famous Hollywood Mission.