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Kearney Mansion Museum & Gallery

Fresno, CA, USA
About Kearney Mansion Museum & Gallery
Bring your family and friends to the Kearney Historic Site for a guided tour that provides a glimpse of the San Joaquin Valley's agricultural beginnings through the life and times of M. Theo Kearney - a California ag pioneer who came to be known as the Raisin King. Tour the turn-of-the-century ranch manager's residence (known as the Superintendent's Lodge) that was part of the ranch headquarters of Kearney's Fruit Vale Estate. The hour-long tour of the Superintendent's Lodge includes a visit to the Museum Store. Public Tour Hours: Saturday and Sunday 1:00, 2:00 or 3:00 pm. Adults $6 Seniors (60 & up) $5 Students (13-17 or with ID) $5 Children (3-12) $4 Free for Historical Society members and children under the age of 3. Please note: Fresno County charges a $5.00 Per vehicle fee for entrance into Kearney Park
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This tour is unique because the Kearney Mansion is about 70 percent original from when it was first commissioned in 1903 by Martin Theodore Kearney. This tour is not just about Kearney, but it highlights the structure of the mansion, the stories of the families that worked and lived on the Fruit Vale Estate (Kearney Park) and you can enjoy the scenic view of the grounds. The mansion and gallery is located inside of Kearney Park which is filled with palm trees. The park features a lovely olive grove path, disc golf course, and the historic Tea House, Ice House, Carriage House and Bell Tower that is a part of the mansion.
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Kendrick V wrote a review Nov 2020
8 contributions1 helpful vote
Kearney was a agricultural Barron who lived at the Mansion. His drive way was the Kearney. Blvd. one must drive 5-7 miles West of downtown to visit......Kearney Park is Fresno’s oldest community park.
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Date of experience: December 2019
peticha2016 wrote a review Jun 2019
Montreuil32 contributions41 helpful votes
I was totally disappointed because the inside is not to be visited : it's an office. One nice picture and that's it!
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Date of experience: June 2019
lindarD4217TA wrote a review Jun 2018
26 contributions45 helpful votes
This home was built as temporary living quarters for one of the Valley's largest raisin farmers. The Civil War reenactment every fall is a must see.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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tntntnt2017 wrote a review Sep 2017
Madera, California272 contributions64 helpful votes
We just love this step back into time at the Mansion. We go about every other year. Every time we go we learn something new. We also notice things we didn't before. My husband 's great grandpa used to work for Mr. Kearney. We were also married there in August of 1983. We were the second couple to ever be married there. It was a lovely cool morning and it rained the night before, which made everything feel extra special being married there. We never grow tired of the Mansion. I think it would be so interesting to any one or any family with children 5 and up. Bring cash for entry fee. Small fare to take a tour.
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Date of experience: August 2017
Icycoals wrote a review Jun 2017
2 contributions2 helpful votes
Beautiful home, however, the tour was too short and the guide was speaking too fast trying to squeeze all the information in the allotted time. We left feeling confused and incomplete.
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Date of experience: June 2017