Download informational flyer: School Tours at the Higuera Adobe Historical Park for Fourth Graders
The Higuera adobe, built between 1830-1840, is one of the last remaining adobe buildings from the Spanish-Mexican era in the Tri-City area.
- Experience what life was like on this California rancho.
- Discover the early use of the land and its natural resources.
- Learn about people who lived or passed through this place over time including the Ohlone, the Spanish and Mexican immigrants and the settlers and farmers who followed them.
A hands-on history program including: A tour of the adobe, candle making, adobe brick making, cattle roping and branding.
A discovery tour of the park emphasizing the natural environment.
Docent-led class tour at Higuera Adobe Historical Park
- Walking tour of the adobe and grounds
- Activities related to the rancho era including, adobe brick making, candle making, roping and branding
- $175 per class of 25-30 students; if fewer than 25 students, the fee is $6 per student
- One chaperone per every five students is required (no charge for chaperones)
- Three-hour tour, with 1/2 hour for lunch
- Tour times: Wednesdays and Fridays.
- If you bring your lunch, 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
- Without lunch, 11:30 am – 2:00 pm
- $25 cancellation fee
- No fee for rescheduling