Newland House Museum

Address: 19820 Beach Blvd
Phone: (714) 960-0055
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Admission:
$2.00 Adults; $1.00 Children under 12

For group tours, contact Maureen Rivers (714) 960-0055

The Newland House Museum is the oldest residence built in the City of Huntington Beach. The Huntington Beach Historical Society maintains the museum for all to enjoy for years to come. The Newland House was built in 1898 for Huntington Beach pioneers William and Mary Newland and their ten children. The original Newland Ranch extended from Beach Boulevard to Magnolia Street and from Yorktown Avenue south to Atlanta Avenue, for a total of 500+ acres. At that time, the Newland family planted lima beans, sugar beets, celery and later chili peppers. The house is open to the public for tours.

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