Peña Adobe Open House
PEÑA ADOBE HISTORICAL SOCIETY Peña Adobe Park
Peña Adobe's Open Houses are back! Our August Open House will feature performances by the Congressional Gunfighters of America, music by the Vacaville Acoustic Jammers under the direction of Terry and Leslie Cloper, tours of the Adobe with 5th-generation family member, Cecelia Peña, and demonstrations by Rush Ranch’s blacksmith Virgil Sellers. The Peña Adobe is the oldest structure built in Solano County, constructed in 1842 by Juan Felipe Peña after he and Juan Manuel Vaca arrived in Vaca Valley from the New Mexico region. The park is also home to the Mowers-Goheen Museum, with its artifacts from the area’s settlement, as well as the Willis Linn Jepson Memorial Garden, and the Indian Council Ground. For more information, you can contact the Peña Adobe Historical Society at 1-707-447-0518 or by email.
Peña Adobe Road
To the left of Lagoon Valley Park Entrance
DIRECTIONS: Peña Adobe Road just off of Interstate 80 to the left of the Lagoon Valley Park entrance.