The scenic grounds and historic buildings of Rancho Camulos Museum that look much as they did more than a century ago, make it a unique and attractive site for film production. A number of movie and TV productions have worked here, dating back to 1910 when D.W. Griffith directed Ramona staring Mary Pickford and shot on location at the rancho.
The museum’s grounds and buildings are available for rental as a location for TV, movie and commercial production. The museum is represented by LA Film Locations based in Valencia, CA. To discuss renting the property for film production, please call 661-253-3456 or visit the company’s website at www.lafilmlocations.com.