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EAST AGOURA
Agoura Hills, CA
HOME TO THE MILLARD FILLMORE MUSEUM
Welcome to East Agoura, a community on the eastern side of the city of Agoura Hills.
Agoura Hills is situated in western Los Angeles County, and East Agoura is the most densely populated neighborhood in the city. East Agoura comprises mostly apartment buildings and large offices built in the 1990s, and the district is adjacent to the more rural Old Agoura. Occasionally, East Agoura is referred to as part of Old Agora, as both are located north of the 101-Ventura Freeway. East Agoura is home to the Agoura High School, which is known for its outstanding music program. With two orchestras, three wind ensembles, three jazz bands and more; the high school is a terrific place for kids with musical aspirations. The neighborhood is also home to the Chumash Park, which is a quiet suburban park within walking distance of downtown. The park, which was named after the Chumash Indians who lived in the area thousands of years ago, features a 2.5-mile hiking trail that runs into the Santa Monica Mountains. There are often free concerts and various events in the park, including the annual Spring Fest, when the community gathers for live entertainment, food vendors and lots of fun for the whole family. In addition, the park offers lots of classes for the sports minded youth, including t-ball, soccer and football. History buffs may want to visit the Millard Fillmore Museum, which is one of the hidden gems in East Aurora. The historic home is a lovely, restored dwelling with items owned or even made by President Fillmore himself, and tours cost only ten dollars per person. Just make sure to book well in advance, as tour hours are limited!
EAST AGOURA
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