Niles District, a historic part of Fremont, is renowned for its significant contribution to the early silent film era. Stars like Charlie Chaplin filmed some of their classics here. Today, the Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum serves as a nod to that cinematic legacy. The picturesque Niles Canyon offers natural beauty, and the Niles Canyon Railway provides a historic train ride experience. Antique shops, restaurants, and boutique stores decorate the quaint main street. Niles Boulevard is a primary thoroughfare, with easy access to major highways. With its rich cinematic history and charming ambiance, the Niles District is a jewel in the Bay Area.