Antelope valley Indian Museum, Stefani Greenwood

Antelope valley Indian Museum, Stefani Greenwood

Cool things await when you drive about 1.5 hours from Los Angeles – East, West, North and South.  Wait,  if you drive 1.5 hours west you better have this vehicle or this one.  Today we bring you Northeast to the Antelope Valley Indian Museum a State Historic Park.  Some friends and I went out to:

– visit our friend Darrell (not only an expert volunteer docent but also being a VIP member of the Calarts Photo department.)

– to see a movie screening of Charles Bronson’s, Stone Killers which featured scenes taken from inside the museum.

– not on the initial list but most definitely making this one was stopping off and meeting two of the largest cats I have ever seen.  Like amazon cats.

It was a lovely evening and the museum was so impressive – the collection of artifacts (who doesn’t love a good vitrine?) to the Swiss chalet look.  The location is superb with a backdrop of the Mojave Desert on Piute Butte.  A big hug to our friend Darrell for extending an invitation to us and for always being so intriguing and gracious.


15701 East Avenue M(between East 150th & 170th streets )
Lancaster, California 93535

The museum is open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays from 11:00 AM until 4:00 PM. Admission is $3 for adults (cash and checks only).


xx SG