The oldest and most historic of Santa Clarita’s communities, Newhall pays homage to its long history on Old Downtown Newhall’s Main Street, a venue of shops, theaters, and restaurants complete with period lighting, architecture, and landscaping. The area’s entertainment offerings include the Santa Clarita Repertory Theatre and the Canyon Theatre Guild. Newhall’s history is also highlighted via the Walk of Western Stars, the Cowboy Poetry and Music Festival, William S. Hart Park, Placerita Nature Center, and Heritage Junction. Founded in 1876 by railroad tycoon Henry Mayo Newhall, the area was the setting for many of the earliest westerns. William S. Hart helped to memorialize this heritage by bequeathing his famous home and property to the county. Newhall has grown beyond its origin as an oil, mining, and farm community to include many diverse residential developments, though it still serves as one of the valley’s three railroad stops, by means of the Metrolink
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