My grandfather’s darkroom is a living museum honoring the work he produced and the life he lived on Wildcat Hill. Opening the space to admirers of Edward’s work, fellow photographers, and students from around the world is one of the greatest joys of our lives.
— Kim Weston

The Edward Weston Photography Gallery is located in Edward Weston's original darkroom on Wildcat Hill. The photographer lived and worked on the property from 1938 until his death in 1959. 

The "Little Grey Home in the West" is now home to Kim Weston, Edward Weston's grandson and an internationally recognized fine-art photographer, who lives and works on the property with his wife, Gina. The original structure of Edward's darkroom has remained as it was when he lived here and is now a gallery space for photographs printed from his original negatives by his youngest son, Cole Weston.