Stage Coach Inn Museum - Conejo Valley Historical Society
The Stagecoach Inn in Newbury Park, California, originally known as the Grand Union Hotel, was used as a resting area for people who traveled from Los Angeles to Santa Barbara in the 19th and early 20th centuries. The hotel is home to permanent exhibits such as the Carriage House and Blacksmith Shop, Anderson Exhibit Hall, Tri-Village and The Timber School. Tri-Village represents three historic eras in the Conejo Valley: the Newbury Pioneer House, a Spanish Adobe, and a reconstructed Chumash village. The Stagecoach Inn is allegedly haunted, and is considered one of California's most famous haunted places.