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I came across this site accidentally while doing some research on the John Muir Woods. I’m sooo glad we took the time out to visit this historic site!!
You’re going to go back in time for sure! The mansion and the whole entire interior is...More
the national park service sure knows how to entertain and educate at the same time. Of course John Muirs house is a must for anyone who cares at all about our environment. Then in the evenings there are full moon walks up Mt Wanda, campfires...More
If you will be near Martinez, CA this is a must see and it's free. It's right off Highway 4 at the Alhambra exit. We took the guided tour once in the house which was so informative. You could also just do a self tour...More
This is easy access right off Hwy 4 in Martinez, CA. It is John Muir’s private home, right here in Martinez.
I’ve been to this venue twice for school field trips. We live here. Your children, when mature enough to understand the significance of Yosemite...More
The John Muir National Historic Site sits on the corner of two busy streets on the south side of Martinez, California. But the way the property is set up, you can feel like you are far from the city. The Visitor Center has very good...More
John Muir is an iconic figure in the conservationist movement, an important figure even today. We were delighted to visit his home and learn about his family life, and how he dedicated himself to keeping the Californian natural setting alive and well. The home is...More
I finally got to visit the John Muir house, a Victorian home with 2 stories, an attic, and a bell tower (you can ring the bell)! I wanted to visit because I had always admired John Muir, but was pleased to find a nice visitor...More
The John Muir Nat'l Historic Site is a great place to visit - the his tory is quite fascinating and the house itself is lovely. Gives you a good idea of what the area looked like when John Muir lived there with his family. When...More