M32***23We spent a few hours at the Antelope Valley Indian Museum. The ranger and volunteer told us the history of the museum and showed us pictures. There were many artifacts from the past history of the Native American's that use to inhabit the area. The hiking trail is nice and not hard to navigate. Just watch out for wild animals and stay on the trail. If you need to burn a few hours, come to the Antelope Valley Indian Museum.
coo***anA neglected state park. Could be a wonderful get away for locals and stopover for travelers, but seems to lack money for maintenance and supervision. Camped here while traveling through. Very clean bathrooms, but lack of host/ranger meant disregard for rules. Seemingly person living in tent trailer with dogs barking all day and night, ran generator from 4:30 am! Campers using drone, kind of a lawless place.
coo***anI came here a few years ago and I remember it was free, or at least when I went. We are the only people inside, it's really cool. A worker told us many things about different airplanes. I can't wait to go back and take my son, he loves airplanes.
coo***anIf you like small museums, old buildings and historical sites with human proportions, then this place is for you. We originally planned to stay here for 12 years and finally found an open weekend. (As mentioned in other reviews, please check the opening hours on their website.) We like the echoes, empty rooms and corridors with small amounts of artifacts, photos, maps, household items and debris. Like most 19th-century buildings, it has an unforgettable smell and a pleasant family atmosphere. I love how the staff showed us Judy Garland's old, empty footprints in the cement behind the arbor, and were generally very helpful and happy to make us feel at home. Before or after your visit, be sure to visit the Museum of Art and History about a block west of the same side of the street-they have excellent exhibits and provide a rich and modern counterpoint to showcase the old museum. Western hotel. In fact, if you don’t live in the area, consider taking Metrolink (at a hotel that opens on Saturdays, a one-day pass is only $10.) You can easily walk a few blocks from the station to the museum and save money from Los Angeles Drive. Obviously, don't do this on a hot day. Many small restaurants can enjoy cold drinks, coffee or lunch on the same block "The Blvd". Nowadays, the cultural/dining/entertainment activities here have attracted people's attention. There are many free parking lots on the street, and free public parking around the corner.