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San Benito County Historical Society, Museum, and Historical Park [CA]

The San Benito County Historical Society seeks to preserve and share the history of San Benito County, California. To this end, the society operates a museum within a 1909 Prairie Style home, originally built for pharmacist George Wapple. The society also operates a historical park which houses historic vehicles and a variety of historic buildings—three homes, a bar, a school, a print shop, a jail, and a barn.

The museum offers exhibits and tours. Arrangements must be made with the museum for all tours. The park offers exhibits and guided tours. Appointments are required for tours. The society also offers research library access the second Monday of every month.

 
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