Paramount Ranch has been a special place in film history since 1927. It is the National Park Service’s only site dedicated to interpreting American film history. The Paramount Ranch property is a working movie ranch that allows the public to see filmmaking in progress. The diverse landscape, however, was the real star of the show. It offered filmmakers the freedom to create distant locales such as colonial Massachusetts to ancient China.
Travel the world with Ranger Master and take a sneak peek behind the scenes of Hollywood filmmaking at Paramount Ranch. This 2-hour walk is limited to 25 people, so be sure to register by clicking the link below:
Film and the American Landscape Tickets, Sat, May 28, 2022 at 9:30 AM | Eventbrite
Don’t forget your sun hat, sunscreen, water, hiking/walking shoes and camera! Meet us at the first bridge on the edge of the parking lot. This event is open to everyone.
Questions? Call the Visitor Center at 805-370-2301.