Pardee Home Museum
The Pardee Home includes a carriage house, water tower and gardens. The house was built in 1868 by Enoch Pardee, a Gold Rush immigrant to California from the Midwest. Volunteer opportunties include becoming a docent to lead or assist with guided tours of the house, helping with gardening; cataloging; helping to plan, research, design, and install exhibits; writing articles for the Pardee Home Newsletter; and helping with special events.
Address672 Eleventh Street
The house is a four-block walk from the 12th St. BART station, through City Center, the Federal Building, and Preservation Park. They are also easily accessible from AC Transit buses, with many lines running along Broadway and 14th St., and lines 14 and 62 providing direct service to the house on 11th and 12th Streets. There is garage parking for a fee - get your ticket validated by the historic house in order to get a discount.
Phone 510-444-2187 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org