DUNSMUIR HELLMAN HISTORIC ESTATE
2960 Peralta Oaks Court, Oakland, CA 94605 Directions
Dinner Party, Corporate Retreat, Facility Rentals, Historical Building, Group and Social Events, Industrial Parties, Observation Deck, Guided Tour, Wedding, Reception, Education, Meeting & Camp
Dunsmuir Hellman Historic Estate was established in 1899 and is a peaceful environment, quality facilities, and professional staff making it the ideal place for your corporate retreat. The estate contains a classical economic revival mansion with 37 rooms set on 50 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds. It is one of the most beautiful historic sites in the city of Oakland, situated in a crescent-shaped valley near the southeast limits of the town. The Dunsmuir House has a neoclassical-revival architectural style and is listed in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. The grounds feature vast meadows, gardens, and a wide range of trees, including Camperdown elms and hornbeam. The United States Department of Interior listed it as a national historic building, and both the home and the carriage house were listed as historical sites.
Adults - $10
Seniors - $8
Children - $6
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672 11th Street, Oakland, CA 94607 Directions
Garden, Gift Shop, Historical Buildings, School and Guided Tours, Dinners, Educational Programs, Rental Facility, Workshops and Events, Exhibits, Collections & House
Pardee Home was built in 1868 and is permanently populated by three generations of the same Pardee's family. This organization managed to preserve the house efficiently by generous contributions, memberships, lectures, teas, ghost inquiries, and other special events. Pardee Home Museum of Oakland is one of the architectural and historical gems in California. The unique artefacts and interiors from around the world. The Pardee Home, with its carriage house and water tower, is the centerpiece of Oakland's Preservation Park Historic District, within walking distance of historic landmarks such as Old Oakland, City Hall, and Preservation Park. Its extraordinary historical significance as the home to one of the most prominent families in the East Bay. It presents a botanical exhibit by artist Anne Kasdin, and a chance to see vintage posters from the collection. The collections contain more than 70,000 items.
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1418 Lakeside Drive, Oakland, CA 94612 Directions
Exhibitions, Ceremony and Reception, Historical Places, Tours, Teas, Shops, Weddings, Architecture Structure, Educational Programs, Corporate Event & Club Meeting
Camron-Stanford House is a historic Victorian home and yard for the delight of the public and promoting an understanding of local history by engaging shows and events. It is the last of the magnificent mansions of the 19th century that once dominated Lake Merritt and was home to five prominent families before becoming the City of Oakland's first museum. It was the home to a series of influential families and became the city's first museum. The renovated home lets the tourists move time to the 1880s and beautifully enter recreated living spaces. Camron-Stanford House offers numerous exhibits based on aspects of Victorian life and culture. Children are free to join at any time.
Adults - $5
Seniors - $4