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In a word, there was no Ranger, no signage, nothing. I called the number on the sign for reservations for the simple wooden table, and was told it was $99, as was any other table with or without reservations. I described, to the person who...More
The museum is well done. Before going to an event there, I thought the museum would be small town/hick like. Boy was I wrong! It’s a quality museum with lots to offer. They recently acquired King City’s first fire truck. They are in the process...More
Firstly the museum itself is free. We actually went though the park which is $5 day use, $3 disabled or senior. Park has picnic benches and nice play area for the little ones.
Museum features rural life and agriculture in the area. Some interesting exhibits....More
This is a hidden gem within the county. It's located inside San Lorenzo Park. Interesting artifacts on the history of the Salinas Valley and in the King City Area. Did you know that the Salinas Valley produces 80% of the world's vegetables? It does. This...More
Great history of the Salinas Valley from Fr. Serra and the Spanish missionaries on. Exhibits are changed in a timely manner and traveling exhibits from the Smithsonian are often featured. Examples of an old school house and an old farmhouse are on the grounds along...More
Visit this place if you like history, tradition, nature, or anything connected to California and/or agriculture. The museum is open regularly and other buildings can be opened sometimes on request. There are excellent walking paths throughout the park and along the river. Picnic areas are...More
A complete surprise. King City has dedicated acerage and funded the collection of period agricultural implements of times past that were instrumental in the economic development of the King City agricultural base and the actual buildings and contents that were involved in the settlers homes...More
Did not go into any buildings but used the park to walk every morning as many people do. Met a couple from England using one of the many camping sites and found them very interesting. Many farm implements outside. Took some pictures. Great walking area....More