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  2. Ardenwood Historic Farm | East Bay Parks

    Ringed by major roads and industrial and residential areas, Ardenwood Historic Farm is an island of agricultural land, providing critical habitat for wildlife. It is a refuge for birds that feed, roost, nest or just pass through. Over 99 species have been spotted around the park’s orchards, gardens, fields and groves.

  3. Ardenwood Historic Farm - Wikipedia

    Ardenwood Historic Farm is a Regional Historic Landmark in Fremont, California. It is managed by the East Bay Regional Park District. The Ardenwood Historic Farm consists of the Ardenwood Station, the former Ohlone village and burial site, a blacksmith shop, an area with farm animals, Patterson House, and a gazebo. [1]

  4. The Patterson House | City of Fremont, CA Official Website

    Ardenwood Historic Farm offers a glimpse into life on a family farm between 1890 and 1930. Step back in time as you explore the remnants of the once vast estate of George and Clara Patterson, whose family farmed the land for over 100 years, beginning in the 1850s.

  5. ARDENWOOD HISTORIC FARM - 1245 Photos & 293 Reviews - Yelp

    Ardenwood Historic Farm is the only working historic farm in the east bay, which means they raise animals and get products from them, grow crops and food, preserve old historic buildings, and educate the public about how things were done more than 150 years ago, how they farmed, how our land and communities were shaped.

  6. Ardenwood Historic Farm Visitor Center | East Bay Parks

    34600 Ardenwood Blvd, Fremont, CA 94555 • (510) 544-2797 • • Hours: Tue thru Sun, 10am-4pm • Open: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day • Closed: Thanksgiving and Christmas

  7. Ardenwood Historic Farm, Fremont, California. 9,762 likes · 140 talking about this · 47,600 were here. We demonstrate how farms provide vital resources, drive innovation, and bring communities together.

  8. (no admittance after 4 p.m.) A farmer’s legacy is your key to ...

    Ardenwood Historic Farm is operated in partnership between the East Bay Regional Park District (EBRPD) and the City of Fremont. EBRPD membership privileges include free admission (special events excluded). Dogsare not permitted. Service animals are excepted.