KEARNEY MANSION MUSEUM PUBLIC TOURS:
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
Saturday & Sunday
1:00, 2:00 and 3:00 pm
Schedule may change due to park events or tour guide availability. Please call (559) 441-0862 to confirm times.
NOTE: Due to tour guide unavailability, there will be no tours Saturday, April 30 & Sunday, May 1. We apologize for the inconvenience.
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.
Kearney Mansion Museum Admission Fees
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.
NOTICE: Portrait Photographers. As of March 1, 2016, there is a $10 portrait/photography sitting fee for every 30 minutes of use for exterior photography. This includes the Kearney Mansion Museum porch, grounds and out buildings surrounding Kearney Mansion Museum. Please come to the office (located behind Kearney Mansion) or see the Museum tour guide on weekends to pay your fee prior to use.