The Brady Bunch House: New Beginnings

The Brady Bunch home is a story that never ends for one Studio City neighborhood. The house is officially on the market!  With the unofficial label of “second-most photographed home in the United States”, it’s popularity has risen even more with the nation's eyes on this available piece of Americana. It all started with a
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The White Horse Inn

In 2012, The San Fernando Valley Relics Museum was able to carefully take down and save a popular local restaurant sign called The White Horse Inn. Along with the door and a Coppola that sat on top of the restaurant. What would seem like items that would have been forever buried and lost in the
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Valley Relics History: The Four Jokers

It’s been a long time since I contributed an article to the Valley Relics Museum blog, but I’m excited to return! In 2015, I began archiving the museum’s collection of vintage postcards. Cheerful and often colorful, these cards have survived, saved in scrapbooks and collections, even long after the Valley motels, businesses and attractions they
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Making Movies that Matter

Valley Relics Museum is proud to announce that we will be partners in the 1st annual Making Movies that Matter, a youth short film festival which connects mentors and students from Elementary to College within the San Fernando Valley. We are honored to be collaborating with Mitchell Englander, the Community Arts Partnership (Cal-Arts), the Department of Cultural Affairs,
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