Sun, Mar 24|
March public tour
Come step back in time to see the preserved public rooms and restored private rooms of this bracketed stick style redwood house built in 1882-4. Your tickets help us restore this beauty. Learn about this family and celebrate its 140th year.
Time & Location
Mar 24, 2024, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Oakland, 1440 29th Ave, Oakland, CA 94601, USA
About the event
This house is still with the descendants of the original family. Original wallpapers, carpets, furniture placed there for the wedding of Emma Bray to Alfred H. Cohen and her family. Wedding are presents still in their original locations although the surrounding neighborhood has changed. Tours are led by her descendants and volunteers who are working to protect the house, its contents and property from time. They help us raise money to preserve and restore this time capsule. You can help by becoming a member and/or purchasing something handmade from our gift shop. We appreciate your patronage, this is a tour you won't forget.
- Ticket type
Includes all of the rooms on the the main floor and some of the rooms on the second floor. There is no ramp yet for handicapped acessibility.PriceFrom $10.00 to $25.00
- Senior/ student$15.00