September 10, 2013 > History Tours at Dry Creek Cottage and Gardens
History Tours at Dry Creek Cottage and Gardens
Submitted By Timothy Swenson
With over 200 native and exotic plants, something is always blooming. Enjoy flowers blooming in the garden and historic tours of the cottage and garden grounds of Dry Creek Cottage and Gardens, built in 1900. The site is eligible as a National Historic District. Learn about the history of the cottage and gardens with tours provided by local historian, Tim Swenson. Also, learn how to preserve the four-acre garden site and agricultural land fronting the cottage and gardens from representatives of Save Our Hills.
Cottage and Gardens are free and open to the public Thursday through
Saturday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday, Sep 14
Dry Creek Cottage and Gardens history tour
1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Tour led by Tim Swenson
Dry Creek Pioneer Regional Park
End of May Road, Hayward
(Free parking: Mission Blvd. and May Rd.)