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JAMES LICK MANSION

554 Mansion Park Dr, Santa Clara, CA 95054

Since 1858

Museum, Landmarks, Historical Buildings, National Register of Historic Places, Rancho Ulistac Land Grant, A Square League, The Alviso Shoreline Southward, Rick Granary and Millpond, Italianate Victorian Mansion, Native Redwood, Agricultural Production, Large Cork Oaks, Fruits & Horticultural Techniques

The mansion is constructed of native redwood featuring detailed woodwork and imported marble fireplaces in each of its 24 rooms

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Mon - Sun : 9:00 am - 6:00 pm

HARRIS LASS HOUSE MUSEUM

1889 Market Street, Santa Clara, CA 95050

Since 1865

Museum, Landmark, Architecture Buildings, School Tours, Group Tours, Grounds Rental, House, A Classic California Barn, Summer Kitchen, Tank House, Landscaped Gardens And Heritage Orchard, Historic Preservation Society, Docent Tours, Guided Tours & Library

The house is the Italianate style balanced and symmetrical buildings - In the 1890’s it was extensively enlarged and remodeled, changing the symmetry of the original design

Price: $3 Adults, $2 Senior (60+), $1 Children (6-12)

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Open Second Fri of the Month : 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Sat - Thu : Closed

CHARLES COPELAND MORSE HOUSE

981 Fremont Street, Santa Clara, CA 95050

Since 1892

House, Tourist Attraction, Ferry-Morse Seed Company, Historical Places, Landmark, Aised Basement, The Twin Gables, Witches' Hat Turret, Decorative Shingles, Trims and Stained Glass Windows, Guided Tours, Architecture Buildings, & Historical Building

This house is a classic Queen Anne Victorian style buildings - Rising three stories over a raised basement, the twin gables, witches' hat turret, decorative shingles, trims and stained glass windows all contribute to the grand effect

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