|2465 34th Ave, Oakland, CA 94601, USA
|Closed Closed 2:30–5:30PM 2:30–5:30PM 2:30–5:30PM 2:30–5:30PM Closed
this is worth a visit if you have a little time to spare. this is a pocket park in the making, right now there is a changing display with numerous 1st person neighborhood resident stories. where they came from, when they came, what they endured on the way. extremely moving. if you think that the united states may not be the best place to live, go read these stories. you will come away thankful to be here
Everything was pretty decent, nice view on the bench of a hill but now its full of a lot of people doing bad habbits, homeless people, horny teenagers taking up benches, grass is dried up, lots of creeps trying to harrass me & my friends. The park became abruptly dirty & creepy..
Learn the diverse history of Oakland at one of the first immigrant settlements. Many interpretive signs and outdoor exhibits. Situated on one of Oaklands many hillside creekways, you can see nature peaking through the grid.
Historic. Unbelievable was to find Che Guevara in the geanologic tree of the Peralta family. Sadly only the first floor of the house was kept for exhibition. The second floor where the bedrooms were are now offices.
Great park with lots of history long before Oakland was modernized. Has no parking lot but does have a visitors center that looks like a house. The staff also hosts kid programs and community gardens.
Best place for field trips. Learn about the living experience in pre Oakland... Native Americans and the early non native settlers. Nice community garden too. This place deserves some support.
An AMAZING community gathering point-where history, culture & unity is felt! Dont miss the free Peralta house tours. I do have to admit though, it gets a bit "shady" after dark
This is a quaint little park, with a museum thats the real gem. You can learn so much about the history of Oakland and the Ohlone Native Americans.
I love the concept but the museum is always closed and there are often drug dealers in front of the museum and in the park.
This park is amazing, a cool piece of history near a creek. Very cute little playground and community garden.
The home seems amazing but the day we arrived it was closed.
Historical place of early Californians