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Hollywood & Hearst Tour! New at the Hearst Castle!

There is a new tour now available at The Hearst Castle in San Simeon, CA, just outside of Cambria! It is the much anticipated tour of parts of the Hearst Castle, not regularly seen by visitor! Reservations strongly recommended as only 8 people per tour are allowed!

Hollywood & Hearst Tour! New at the Hearst Castle!

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inside the kitchen at the castle

Mr. Hearst loved a good glass of beer from time to time

Fresh baked breads prepared daily in the massive castle kitchen

All of the food prepared in the castle came from a state of the art kitchen of the time

A childhood memory for Mr. William Randolph Hearst, sits in his private office

Many Hollywood starts celebrated their "honeymoon night" in the twin peak towers at the castle

No detail was left undone in each room in the castle

The ceiling inside one of the two tower peaks

One of Mr. Hearst, clandestine hallways which would allow him to visit his guests, at any time, sometimes unannounced!

A peak into the private office of William Randolph Hearst, larger than most standard homes in America!

In one of the grand private libraries of the castle, celebrities such as Groucho Marx, would move furniture around and play games to unwind

At a Heart lavish pool party, swimwear was included

Pool changing room hallway

Guests who attended Mr. Hearst's lavish pool parties enjoyed more than 20 changing rooms, swimwear included!

The shady side of the Neptune pool was great for lounging

If you have not had the opportunity to visit The Hearst Castle, make sure to add it to your bucket list of interesting tours that you must see!

A glimpse at the private quarters of his beloved girlfriend Ms. Marion Davies

An antique phone that was top of the line during the time

The master bedroom of , William Randolph Hearst the castle owner!

A very rare glimpse in the bedroom of Mr. Hearst

Outside of Hearts' private office - some of his popular newspapers in circulation at the time.

A rare portrait of a young William Randolph Hearst in his private office.

Private chambers...

One of many handcrafted ceilings in the castle.

Seat assignment was very important to the many guests who wanted to be next to the Head of the table William Randolph Hearst.