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Kearney Mansion Museum Tour

 

559-441-0862
www.valleyhistory.org

 

Kearney Park is the restored remains of the estate and ranch of M. Theo Kearney. The mansion is now one of the Central Valley’s most important agricultural historic sites. It includes the 11-mile long Kearney Boulevard, 230-acre Kearney Park and five original structures: Superintendent’s Lodge, Servants’ Quarters, Carriage House, Ice House, and Oil House. The site lends itself to not only telling the story of the colony farm system and the development of the raisin industry but the story of the development of agribusiness in California’s Central Valley and the Valley’s transformation into the most productive agricultural region in the world.


Please note:
Kearney Mansion Museum is located in the center of Kearney Park. The park is administered by the County of Fresno. The County charges a $5.00 vehicle fee for entrance into the park.

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Kearney Mansion Museum Tour
7160 W. Kearney Blvd.
Fresno, 93706



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