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Architecture in the park

Can only view house through windows. Does not seem to be open to visitors. Not furnished although... read more

Reviewed May 20, 2015
Gla77awt
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Santa Clara, California
Great tour

The president of the volunteers group was our docent and he not only know the history of the two... read more

Reviewed August 11, 2018
evafrancis
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Los Angeles, California
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Aug 11, 2018
“Great tour”
Jul 17, 2018
“Open only by appointment”
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The town's last preserved farm site from the early 1900s.
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1889 Market St, Santa Clara, CA 95050-5724
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+1 408-249-7905
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed July 26, 2012

Only occupied by 2 families who left their belongings. Really shows what is was like cicra 1900's and reminded me of my grandmother's home. Very well kept and guided tours are excellently run.

3  Thank Suzie L
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Reviewed February 4, 2012

Sounds like an interesting site but they are surrounded by locked gates and a high hedge so you can't even a decent photo of the tank house in back. Call ahead and go when they are open - I will next time I am in...More

2  Thank Maxwell N
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Reviewed August 11, 2018 via mobile

The president of the volunteers group was our docent and he not only know the history of the two families who lived in this farm house for 125 plus years but also his work behind the scenes to present this house. The furnishings were original...More

Thank evafrancis
Reviewed July 17, 2018 via mobile

Looks like it might be interesting but has no hours posted. You need to call to visit. The gardens look like they are well kept but the gates are locked so you can’t walk around.

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Reviewed May 20, 2015

Can only view house through windows. Does not seem to be open to visitors. Not furnished although the wood inside is beautiful

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Reviewed July 16, 2014

Harris-Lass Historic Museum is close to the Santa Clara Civic Center area (and very close to the art museum there). It is the last farm site in the city of Santa Clara and is named for the two families who owned and lived on the...More

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Reviewed July 26, 2012

Only occupied by 2 families who left their belongings. Really shows what is was like cicra 1900's and reminded me of my grandmother's home. Very well kept and guided tours are excellently run.

3  Thank Suzie L
Reviewed February 4, 2012

Sounds like an interesting site but they are surrounded by locked gates and a high hedge so you can't even a decent photo of the tank house in back. Call ahead and go when they are open - I will next time I am in...More

2  Thank Maxwell N
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