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Today, the farm still practices farming techniques from the 1870s. Unless otherwise noted, programs are free with regular admission.
$1 $5; free children under age 4. 34600 Ardenwood Blvd., Fremont.
BLACK DIAMOND MINES REGIONAL PRESERVE Originally the home of several Native American tribes, white men began coal mining in the area in the 1860s. The preserve today features old mines and displays of the history of the area. Learn about the history of the park on a 2 mile strenuous hike. Carpool to the eastern reaches of the park to take a trip underground to see late bloomers. Gather various minerals and elemtns and turn them into art.
Free unless otherwise noted; $5 seasonal parking fee on weekends. to dusk Somersville Road, about five miles south of state Highway 4, Antioch.
AUTOMOTIVE MUSEUM The museum’s permanent exhibition of internationally renowned automobiles dated from 1897 to the 1980s. The cars are displayed as works of art with room to walk completely around each car to admire the workmanship. On long term loan from the Smithsonian Institution is a Long Steam Tricycle; an 1893 94 Duryea, the first Duryea built by the Duryea brothers; and a 1948 Tucker, number 39 of the 51 Tuckers built, which is a Model 48 “Torpedo” four door sedan.
$5 $8; free for children ages 6 and under. 3700 Blackhawk Plaza Circle, Danville.
BUILD A BEAR WORKSHOP An interactive place where children, and adults,
can learn how a stuffed animal is made, then choose an animal pattern from the offering of bears, elephants, dogs and rabbits; stuff the chosen animal; dress it; and create a birth certificate. Designed especially for children ages 10 and under, there are gentle rides, a train, the “Peter Rabbit Village,” puppet shows, story telling and lots of slides and animals. Admission price includes unlimited rides, special shows, guest entertainers and puppet shows.
OLD WEST JUNCTION Children’s Fairyland’s newest attraction is a Wild West themed town sized just for children, with a livery stable, bank, jail and a water tower slide. All shows are at the Open Storybook Theatre. Free with regular Fairyland admission.