Autumn Tour: Time and Date is TBD|
Hearst Castle Tour
Join the Couture Pattern Museum on an exclusive, once-in-a-lifetime journey to the iconic Hearst Castle with a private tour
Time & Location
Autumn Tour: Time and Date is TBD
San Simeon, 750 Hearst Castle Rd, San Simeon, CA 93452, USA
About the event
Immerse yourself in the opulence of Hearst Castle as Couture Pattern Museum presents an exclusive two-hour semi-private tour, honoring the special bond between the fashion icon Charles James and the Hearst family. Charles James published the only three sewing patterns of his career through Hearst's publication, American Weekly.
- What: An Exclusive Tour of Hearst Castle in Honor of Charles James
- Where: Hearst Castle, San Simeon, California
- When: Date to be determined (after October)
- Cost: $195
About the Tour:
In its golden days, Hearst Castle was the epitome of luxury and the coveted destination for Hollywood's elite. William Randolph Hearst and Marion Davies hosted the likes of Charlie Chaplin, Cary Grant, Greta Garbo, and more. This tour takes you on a journey through the Hearst Castle, capturing the essence of Hollywood’s Golden Age.
Your knowledgeable guide will focus on the life and times of Hearst and the mesmerizing allure that made Hearst Castle the talk of legends.
Please Note: The tour involves approximately 750+ steps, both up and down. Participants who have difficulty walking or standing for lengths of time should take this into consideration.
RSVP to Express Interest:
As we eagerly anticipate the reopening of Hearst Castle, we are gathering expressions of interest to estimate the number of participants for this exclusive tour. Kindly RSVP if you are interested, and we will contact you with the finalized date before collecting payment.
Please note that participants are responsible for arranging their own transportation (carpooling or any other means) to Hearst Castle.
[RSVP NOW] At this phase, we are just gathering interest. To RSVP, there is no financial commitment at this phase.
Join Couture Pattern Museum for this rare and exquisite experience, where the legacy of Charles James and the splendor of Hearst Castle awaits you.