The exquisite Spanish-style Adamson House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built in 1930 for the ... More
The exquisite Spanish-style Adamson House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built in 1930 for the daughter of Frederick and May Rindge, who owned a massive chunk of Malibu at the turn of the century. Above all else, the home is a treasure trove of tile-work that is incorporated almost everywhere in the house, from the fountains to the dog shower. There is also a small museum next to the house, which features exhibits on local history. Call to book a group tour otherwise no reservations are required. Group tours are on Tuesdays. On rainy days it is advisable to call to make sure the tours are still on.
Zuma Beach in Malibu is one of the most famous and popular beaches in Southern California. Its white sands go
on for almost three miles. The locals refer to it simply as Zuma and it has been the site ...
Located where Topanga Canyon Road reaches the ocean, this beach affords views of both Santa Monica Bay and Catalina Island.
Lifeguards are on duty here, although the facilities are limited, including only restrooms and a picnic area. This is ...
The original site of J. Paul Getty's first museum comes to life in a multi million dollar renovation and reopening.
A trip to this visionary's realm is an educational experience in an enthralling setting. Explore the halls, which house ...
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