Dunsmuir House - Current Uses

Current Uses

Docents lead tours of the estate grounds and the 37-room Dunsmuir Mansion on Wednesdays and the first Sunday of the month from April – September (except for July).

The non-profit organization rents out all or part of the property for various occasions such as weddings, corporate engagements, auctions, and historic reenactment gatherings. However, the estate has also been used as a location or background for several movies and television shows, such as:

  • Burnt Offerings (1976)
  • Phantasm (1979)
  • Partners in Crime (1984)
  • A View to a Kill (1985)
  • The Vineyard (1989)
  • So I Married an Axe Murderer (1993)
  • Gloria (1999)
  • True Crime (1999)

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