Best Landmarks in Fremont

Expert recommended Top 3 Landmarks in Fremont, California. All of our landmarks face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!


34600 Ardenwood Boulevard, Fremont, CA 94555 Directions

Since 1857

Patterson House (Ardenwood Historic Farm) has 16 room Victorian-era Queen Anne house is seated on 205 acres to the north of Silicon Valley. The museum is offering a multitude of programming and events for the community. The Historic House Tours are allowed Thursday through Sunday from April through mid-December. Patterson House (Ardenwood Historic Farm) offers around the farm like the farm chores and train ride.

Bird Watching, Harvest Festival, Independence Day Celebration, Educational, Stores, Historical Places, Victorian House, Activities, Christmas at Ardenwood Historic Farm, Naturalist Programs, Tours of Patterson House & Special Events

Price: Farm Admission:
Historic Days (Th, Fri,Sun):
Adults (Ages 18-61) $6
Seniors (62 & up) $5
Children (Ages 4-17) $4

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Tue - Sun 10.00 am - 4:00 pm
Mon Closed

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43300 Mission Boulevard, Fremont, CA 94539 Directions

Since 1797

Old Mission San Jose is the most popular and Spanish mission situated in Fremont. It has over 10,000 4th grade students visit the mission each year. They were established to secure Spain's claim to this area and to teach the native people Christianity and the Spanish style of life. The place is frequently visited by tour groups and classrooms. Old Mission San Jose provides group tours of 25 or more that are accessible with advance reservations.

Gift Shop, Group Tour, Historical Buildings, Museum Virtual Tour, Weddings, Baptisms & 4Th Grade Mission Project

Price: $5 per adult, and $3 per student


Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

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37592 Niles Boulevard, Fremont, CA 94536 Directions

Since 1982

Niles Depot Museum's primary focus is the ancient railroads of Fremont. It is a non-profit Niles Depot Historical Foundation that operates the museum and operation of the passenger depot, which includes many local artifacts and railroad displays. It houses a wide range of exhibits including Niles tower equipment and photographs, railroad lanterns, passenger train uniforms and objects, railroad signals running, historical track instruments, objects, and Niles pictures. The builders and planners of both railroads are recreating the traits of the nearby communities with Niles as the center.

Photographs Exhibitions, Displays, Historic Track Tools, Collections, Passenger Train Uniforms and Artifacts, Railroad Lanterns, Artifacts, Telegraph, Railroad Communications Equipment & Operating Railroad Signals


Sun 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Mon - Sat Closed

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