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General Vallejo is the founder of the City of Sonoma, and an important figure in California's history. This home is a state historic park. We Sonomas are proud of our history and the efforts to maintain the town's historic integrity. A lovely, and interesting site...More
The General Vallejo’s house is small and interesting piece of history. You can pay the entry fee and this will allow you to go to the San Francisco Solano mission and the Missions soldier barracks. All three belong to the California state park commission. Beautiful...More
General Vallejo is a very important figure in the early days of the Republic of California and this is his last home. Most items in the house are from the family and arranged as they would have lived in the house. Most rooms are visible...More
General Vallejo was the Mexican Commandant General. he used to live in this very home. When California was part of the States, he had to leave most of his belongings behind.
All his furniture and belongings have never been changed or moved. It was a...More
This is a great way to feel early California. I came as a 2nd grader and had vivid memories of this place and came to love CA history because of it. Visiting again recently gave me an adult, different perspective of how our state developed....More
Stumbled upon this gem. We got to tour his home with all the furnishings. There was also little getaway house, the cooks quarters and the son’s little house up behind the reservoir. There was a small museum with artifacts and the ranger there was very...More
The Vallejo home is included in the admission to the Sonoma mission so I decided to stop by on my way out of town. The home is interesting to see, especially the small cottage on the hillside. The woman working on the day I visited...More