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Keep Cool & Have Fun with Conejo Valley Culture

Posted on July 11, 2022 by Claire Marcus

The Conejo Valley has it all like great hiking trails, horseback riding, beaches, wineries and beyond. You name it, the valley has it.

When it comes to arts and cultural activities, Conejo Valley has ample amounts of those, too. Read on to learn more about some of the activities you can do this summer.


Photo: @RonaldReagan

What do lipstick and stolen art have to do with World War II? History and non-history buffs alike will be intrigued by this and hundreds of other answers in this special exhibit. “Secrets of WWII” takes you past the who, what, when, where and why of the war. Explore controversies, exclusive artifacts, unsung heroes and too-shocking-to-be-true events. Go beyond the WWII history textbooks, plus view other interesting exhibits.

  • Ronald Reagan Presidential Library & Museum, Simi Valley
  • Open daily, 10 AM–5 PM, except Thursdays (until 4 PM)
  • Exhibit open through October 9


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Comedy your jam? Nikki Glaser’s stand-up comes in November. Ballet more your cup of tea? Several performances are slated this summer, including Pacific Festival Ballet’s rendition of Charlotte’s Web. Plus, Colbie Caillat, The Australian Pink Floyd, Kansas, “Weird Al” Yankovic and more. It’s all going down here.

  • Bank of America Performing Arts Center, Thousand Oaks
  • Various dates
  • Masks or face coverings highly recommended, regardless of vaccination status


Photo: @canyonagoura

Take your weekend up a notch at The Canyon. Dubbed “Where music meets the soul®,” the famous spot has eight locations all over SoCal—but the real party’s in Agoura Hills. Grab a friend, grab a drink and head to the stage for live music. This summer’s lineup boasts Tom Sandoval & The Most Extras, Richie Kotzen, L.A. Guns and The Bacon Brothers. More comfortable at home? You can live-stream shows from your couch—even past gigs.

  • The Canyon, Agoura Hills
  • Various dates


Photo: @ConejoValleyStagecoachInn

Take a break from today’s world with a blast from the past. The Stagecoach Inn Museum is THE place to learn Conejo Valley history and heritage. You’ll dive into all-things wild, wild west, with permanent exhibits, temporary features and special collections. Limited-time exhibits reveal everything from Western fashion to the wild personalities (ahem, elephants!) that roamed the Thousand Oaks streets.

  • The Stagecoach Inn Museum, Newbury Park
  • Open Wednesdays and Saturdays, 1–4 PM
  • Weddings, too!

Come see what Conejo’s all about. Not even a half-hour from America’s best beaches, surrounded by an entertainment mecca and packed with great places to stay, you’ll love your new home away from home. Book your room to relax today.

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