Cohen Bray house
COHEN BRAY HOUSE
Completed in 1884, the Historic landmark Cohen Bray House represents two prominent East Bay families from the Gold Rush era. The House is located on the original site of the Bray Estate, it was called Oak Tree Farm.
This house provides a rare and unique opportunity to learn about this family's life from 1884-1840. Our collections promote the academic study of nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Oakland.
Our tours and programs showcase the home's original interiors and period Victorian garden. Our school and garden programs connect students to the land.
To visit us, please contact us in advance.
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Our goal is to preserve and protect this amazing house. Help us toward that goal for future generations.
We are open for fundraising celebrations. See links above about our Holiday Tea, Mothers day Tea and Harvest Festival.
See photos from our Harvest Festival.
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