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Educational Tours

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Reyes Adobe HousePublic, educational and group programs are available throughout the year. Field trip programs, oral history programs, guided tours, group interactive exhibits and special events are among the many exciting ways the public can learn about the Reyes Adobe and California history. The barn features an educational room for our current programs:
  • Rancho Living
  • California History
  • Native American History
  • Family Oral History
  • California Horticulture
  • Site Renovation History
State Sanctioned Tours Available for 4th Grade Students

Adobe Reyes House Educational Tour RoomOur field trip tours comply with suggested California State curriculum requirements. Follow up lesson plans are given to the teachers. A special educational program has been established so that 4th grade children can visit the site with their schools to learn about California history with hands-on activities, learn about what life was like on the rancho, and the responsibilities of those that lived here on the land.

For additional information on State Sanctioned Tours conducted by Camino Real Naturalists & Historical Interpreters contact us at (818) 597-7361, or register online at

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