Local rancho joins program that links So Cal’s historic venue

Rancho Los Cerritos, 4600 Virginia Rd., has joined the “Passport 2 History” program launched by Leonis Adobe Museum. Located in Calabasas, Leonis Adobe Museum, Los Angeles Cultural Monument #1 has invited more than 50 historic venues to participate in this new program, the goal of which is to link together all the historic venues in Southern California and introduce visitors to the wealth of cultural landmarks, artifacts and legends in the southland. It will also encourage families, students and members of the community to visit and experience the rich heritage of the region.
More than 50 historic venues are participating in “Passport 2 History,” with locations in Los Angeles, Ventura and San Luis Obispo counties. They include historic homes and ranchos, as well as children’s, fine art, native cultural centers, automobile, aviation, agriculture, maritime and railroad museums. The “Passport 2 History” book contains a page for each historic venue, with a description, directions, and visitor information. Maps of all the historic sites, arranged by county, help visitors arrange travel plans. Some venues offer discounted entry rates or other discounts for passport holders.

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