Tour dates may vary but are normally offered the 1st & 3rd Saturdays & Sundays from Noon to 4 p.m.. For group tours, contact Maureen Rivers (714) 960-0055
Newland House Museum is Huntington Beach's oldest and most significant house as it once was home to a prominent founding family of the city.
The Newland House sits on a hill in a shopping center now, but at one time you can just imagine the bean fields that surrounded the property back in the days when life in the California beach town was quite different.
The restored home of Huntington Beach pioneers, Mr. & Mrs. W.T. Newland is an 1898 Victorian farmhouse overlooking what was the Santa Ana Gap, a marshy lowland between Huntington Beach and Costa Mesa. William and Mary Newland built the house and lived in it for over 50 years.