Bring your family and friends to the Kearney Historic Site for a guided tour that provides a glimpse of the San Joaquin Valley's agricultural beginnings through the life and times of M. Theo Kearney - a California ag pioneer who came to be known as the Raisin King. Tour the turn-of-the-century ranch manager's residence (known as the Superintendent’s Lodge) that was part of the ranch headquarters of Kearney’s Fruit Vale Estate. Experience the grounds of Kearney's 1890s landscape - now a public park, perfect for a family picnic or leisurely walk. The hour-long tour of the Superintendent’s Lodge includes a visit to the Museum Store.
Public Tour Hours
Friday, Saturday & Sunday
1:00, 2:00 and 3:00 pm
NOTE: The Kearney Mansion Museum will be closed Easter Sunday, April 5, 2015.
Schedule may change due to park events or tour guide availability. Please call (559) 441-0862 to confirm times.
Please note Kearney Mansion Museum is located in the center of Kearney Park. The park is administered by the County of Fresno. The County charges a $5.00 vehicle fee for entrance into the park.
Seniors (60 & up) $4
Students (13-17 or with ID) $4
Children (3-12) $3
Free for Historical Society members and children under the age of 3.