Best Landmark in Santa Clara, CA

Handpicked Top 3 Santa Clara Landmarks. How do we actually find the most highly rated landmark? Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reputation, history, complaints, local reviews, nearness, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. That's not all... businesses do not pay us to list them. You deserve only the best!

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

This is a nice historic mansion located within an apartment community. Nobody specifically looking for it will find it ever. However for people living in the community its a sight. You get to live around a 1800's mansion. Nice setup for some pictures on a bright day!!
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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

We held our wedding ceremony here in June 2008 for 80 guests. Although they do plenty of club/organization gatherings and afternoon tea events, I think we were one of the first to use the site as a wedding venue for such a large group. It was a beautiful garden wedding location, and the house inside is a great backdrop for wedding party portraits. Bob Byrd was so helpful in setup of the site and coordinating the rehearsal and the actual wedding day.
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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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They 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. The entry is distinguished by an ornate front porch. Inside the mansion are rich wood molding, stained glass windows and chandeliers. A unique chandelier is found in the old dining room. This brass fixture came from the family of the founder of the Bank of America, Amadeo Giannini.
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