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Being Irish this proved to be a special experience. I had the complete attention of the guide as I was the only visitor. As a result I could ask my own questions and I had many which the guide was well able to answer. Fallon,...More
Do you want to know the Tri Valley and a bit more of its unique history and cultural background. Spend an hour or an afternoon touring the Dublin History museum and its outbuildings and Church and cemetery. The guide will explain the history and its...More
Good for a few minutes walk and a few photos. Not somewhere I would go out of my way to visit but good for a leisurely walk if you are already in the are. Graveyard was interesting with a few signs describing the individuals there....More
This place is a nice recreation of what Dublin was. It has period buildings, a barn, farm equipment, and much more. It has plenty of grass for a picnic. If you are interested, the attached cemetery has some "founding fathers" gravesites. Plenty of trees for...More
This park was created for locals but is a greet source of information for history buffs. The old grave yard is part of the park. There are ghost tours conducted in October. In the spring the wildflowers bloom, California poppies in particular. The historical building...More
Nice little park situated in old town Dublin. There are a few buildings such as the schoolhouse and church, miniature gardens of both crops and flowers, picnic tables and the old cemetery. We did not go into the museum but we did spend time browsing...More
I did a walking tour of the cemetery there on the property. It was amazing and rich with history. The area is easy to find, and the grounds are lovely. I saw wildlife too! What a great way to spend a few hours!