Step into the past to an 1844 two-story Spanish-colonial adobe. The historic adobe and grounds echo the rich history of Spanish, Mexican and American California and the families who helped transform southern California from its ranching beginnings to a modern, urban society. Now a National, State and Local Historic Landmark, the Rancho offers workshops, lectures, educational programs and tours of the historic ranch house and gardens. The 4.7 acres of landscaped grounds include trees from the mid-19th century, historic roses, exotic vegetation and the old water tower. The site also features a Visitors Center, Museum Shop, California history reference library and picnic area.
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