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Home of William & Mary Newland
The stunningly preserved home of William & Mary Newland stands as a testament to our Society's dedication to historical preservation. Restored from its abandoned condition in 1976 by the Historical Society, the 1898 Queen Anne style Victorian Farmhouse remains a treasured part of our community. The Historical Society maintains the Newland House Museum as part of a proud public-private partnership with the City of Huntington Beach. 
Hidden Huntington Beach Tour of the Newland House
Full History of the Newland House here.
House Tours

The Newland House is open on the 1st and 3rd weekends of the month between 12PM - 4PM for tours led by our volunteer docents. Admission is a suggested $2 donation for adults, $1 for children.

Educational Programs & Living History

Special house tours for schools or groups can be scheduled by emailing Interactive living history programs are also available involving full costumed interpreters and historians. 

Newland Barn Weddings & Events
During the restoration of the Newland House, the modern barn building in the rear was constructed to serve as a clubhouse for events. This building is now owned and managed by the City of Huntington Beach, please follow this link for all inquiries:
City of Huntington Beach - Facility Rentals
For inquiries regarding renting our gazebo or our water tower lighting please email
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