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Become a Pena Adobe Tour Guide!

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Pena Adobe Historical Society

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Become a Pena Adobe tour guide, also known as a docent, at the Pena Adobe Historical Park in Vacaville, off Interstate 80 at Pena Adobe exit, to the left of the Lagoon Valley Regional Park entrance.No prior experience is necessary. Participants will learn about the history of Vacaville, dating back to 1841, when the Vaca and Pea families arrived in what was then called the Laguna Valley. Graduates from training will then be part of the docent team that offers walking tours of the Pea Adobe, the adjacent Mowers-Goheen Museum and grounds of the Pena Adobe Historical Park on the first Saturdays of each month February thru December from 11:00am -2:00pm and for student or private tours. Since October 10, 2004 the mission of the volunteer led Pena Adobe Historical Society is to preserve the Pena Adobe, a landmark listed on the California State Register of Historic Places for future generations. For more information, upcoming events or to make a donation, visit www.penaadobe.org or call (707) 470-9975.

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About Pena Adobe Historical Society

Location:

c/o 618 E Main Street, VACAVILLE, CA 95688, US

Mission Statement

What We Do: The Pena Adobe Historical Society was established in 2004, staffed by volunteers, this nonprofit organization is committed to preserving the Pena Adobe Park. The park now includes the Pena Adobe, the Mowers-Goheen Museum, the Willis Linn Jepson Memorial Garden, Indian Council Ground and picnic and recreation facilities. Who We Are: The mission of the Pena Adobe Historical Society is to preserve the history of the Pena Family Adobe, California State Historic Landmark #534, and National Historic Landmark #146 by providing educational and cultural services to the community located in Vacaville, CA, off Interstate 80.

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What We Do: The Pena Adobe Historical Society was established in 2004, staffed by volunteers, this nonprofit organization is committed to preserving the Pena Adobe Park. The park now includes the Pena Adobe, the Mowers-Goheen Museum, the Willis Linn Jepson Memorial Garden, Indian Council Ground and picnic and recreation facilities. Who We Are: The mission of the Pena Adobe Historical Society is to preserve the history of the Pena Family Adobe, California State Historic Landmark #534, and National Historic Landmark #146 by providing educational and cultural services to the community located in Vacaville, CA, off Interstate 80.

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Tue Jul 11, 2017 - Sun Feb 28, 2021
05:00 PM - 04:00 PM  

WHERE

Fairfield, CA 94533

(38.24936,-122.03999)
 

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