- This is a rare chance to walk into a star's home without violating trespassing laws. Killed in a plane crash in 1935 near the peak of his career, Will Rogers was one of the biggest box office stars of his day. He lived here from 1924 until his death, as well as having a home in Beverly Hills. Today the 31-room house is open to the public, as are the 186-acre surrounding grounds. Outside the house, one can enjoy a great picnicking area, panoramic views and polo matches on weekends. Admission is free. Polo matches are played between 2pm and 5pm on Saturdays and 10am and 1pm on Sundays, April through September.
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