Bartholomew Park

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About Bartholomew Park, Sonoma

One of the most famous wineries in Sonoma was owned by Frank Bartholomew and his wife sometime in the 1940s. The family lived on a ranch close to the Bartholomew Winery and in 1990, after the death of Frank’s wife Toni, the entire estate was converted into a public park adjoining the winery. The original villa was destroyed in 1987, but it was reconstructed before the park was opened to the public. You can take a leisurely stroll around the park or have a picnic at the Villa or the Wine Garden. You can opt to spend a relaxed evening at the Gazebo Park. Trails and hikes are also possible, provided that the weather permits the plan. If you feel relaxed enough, you may spend some time tasting wines in the vineyard.

Bartholomew Park Information

  • The park gates close at 4:30pm Make sure to enter the park before that.
  • If you are visiting in a group of more than 8 people, you are expected to contact the park and make a prior reservation. Booking will be granted on availability.

Bartholomew Park Opening and Closing Hours

  • Main gate closes at 4:30pm.
  • Museum Timings: Open on weekends from 12:00pm to 3:00pm.

How To Get To Bartholomew Park by Public Transport

  • You can hire a car or bike to get here.

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Address: 1695 Castle Road,Sonoma, CA 95476

Phone: +1-7079382244

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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