The Peralta Adobe1138 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 180 W St John St San Jose, CA 95110, USA, United States
- Timings: 12:00 pm - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4089938182
- Ticket Price: 5 USD
- Time Required: 05:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, History Museums, Historical Site, Family And Kids, Heritage Building
This old house, which is the oldest building in San Jose, once belonged to a soldier in the Spanish Army, Luiz Maria Peralta. This beautiful, rustic, charming home has been perfectly preserved for people to see.
You will be able to learn a lot more about the history of SanJose here. The history of the city is directly linked with the simple and lovely life that has been illustrated through the museum. The items of everyday use and the practices have been put up on display in a very authentic manner. There are also a lot of interesting stories about Peralta.
An unusual place of interest, it is certainly something you should do while in San Jose. Whether you are a history lover or just a tourist, this place has something interesting to see and do for everyone.
The Peralta Adobe Travel Tips
- You will have to take an appointment to view this place.
How to Reach The Peralta Adobe
- Virginia Rail Station
- Blush Raw Bar Lounge
- Trials Pub
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68.23% of people who visit San Jose include The Peralta Adobe in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
81.48% of people start their The Peralta Adobe visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 5 Hrs to see The Peralta Adobe
93.15% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The Peralta Adobe
I went on a field trip in 4rth grade and I loved it it was the most funnest field trip s I ever had
This is a great place to hang out with friends. Before Sharks game or any other night there's so much to choose from
Amazing pieces of San Jose's history. Sporadically open for public tours.
We just had a fun experience @ Adobe Fallon House with our 4th grader class. The students really enjoy the 1800 mid century experience and the chaperones were part of the education. Students were split into groups to rotate the many work stations. Students were able to try out clothes and experience the way they were dress, they learn to make fire, throw a rope to the fake bull. I was part of the chaperone who taught the kids how to make mint tea and old fashion corn tortillas, which the kids got to make and taste, kids also learn to play with the different tools. They had so much fun with hands on information, rather than just reading about it. The young ladies leading the groups were very helpful and very upbeat to teach. The only hard part is having restaurants surroundings the Adobe house with tempting bbq smoke smells and not able to move from the learning group. The San Pedro Square smells delicious!! I will be back to have a seat next to the Adobe House.
My daugther had fun at the fallen house im so glad she went there