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Living History Day at the Petaluma Adobe

  • Petaluma Adobe State Historic Park 3325 Adobe Road Petaluma, CA, 94954 United States (map)
Andrew Crockett and Troy Dunham at the Petaluma Adobe. Photo credit: Jennifer Hanson, California State Parks.

Andrew Crockett and Troy Dunham at the Petaluma Adobe. Photo credit: Jennifer Hanson, California State Parks.

Living History Day at the Petaluma Adobe State Historic Park showcases the life of the rancho in 1840’s Mexican California.  Re-enactors portray the characters of the time, the work they did, the activities they enjoyed.  It is a great day to pack a lunch and trek to the Adobe.

Meet the vaqueros, traders, cooks, and crafts people who lived in Mexican California. Dip candles, make baskets, churn butter, rope with vaqueros, and play historical games. Bring a picnic and watch history come alive! Admission: $3.00 for adults, $2.00 for youth ages 6-17, ages 5 and under free.

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