Need a dose of history? Visit the Canoga Park-Owensmouth Historical Society and Museum. The museum is located in the Canoga Park Community Center, which was converted from one of the first fire stations in the San Fernando Valley. The museum contains many pieces of memorabilia and photographs documenting the early history of the San Fernando Valley, particularly the evolution of a small railroad stop named "Owensmouth" into today's Canoga Park. The town was originally called "Owensmouth" because of its alleged proximity to the southern end of the Owens River Aqueduct (a land speculator's exaggeration the real terminus is near Sylmar.) Call ahead for hours.
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