24101 Newhall Ave
Visit Heritage Junction at William S. Hart Park to learn more about Southern California history and the charms of the local area. The Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society opens the Saugus Train Station Museum to the public every Saturday and Sunday (except holidays) from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. and the Kingsbury House for tours every first Sunday of the month from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Expert docents are available for tours of the station and to answer your questions on the history of the Santa Clarita Valley and Santa Clarita historic sites. Museum features historic artifacts and information on the history of the SCV, and railroad artifacts representing the Train Station’s operations as a former Southern Pacific Railroad depot.
Today the junction is an educational venue for students and patrons of the SCV Historical Society’s lectures and film showings, as well as the home to the society’s offices, collections and meetings. It’s one of many unique things to do in Southern California. By visiting Heritage Junction you will learn more about the Pardee House, Newhall Ranch House, Saugus Train Station, Mogul Locomotive, Mitchell Adobe, Edison House, Kingsburry House, Callahan Schoolhouse and the Ramona Chapel.