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My husband and I decided to take the slightly longer drive home and went through Modesto. We stopped at the McHenry Mansion and it was a real treat. The home has been lovingly restored and is in immaculate condition. I especially loved the period wallpapers...More
My daughter and I saw randy Travis on stage. The staff at gallo was polite and respectively it was a wonderful experience and of course randy Travis was phenomenal. We love the shows Gallo puts on. Always we will definably come back
You'll really step back in time when you visit the McHenry Museum. Each room is set up to look almost as it did back when the family lived here. The docents do a great job explaining each room and provide a better experience than going...More
See how things were done back in the day. Enjoy their story and the Sophisticated history lesson. The mansion is in the community and its free. It's a museum now, but once upon a time, it was a home to the family before us. Shop...More
We were driving from Yosemite to the Bay Area and stopped in Modesto to take a tour of the Victorian-era McHenry Mansion. Our docent was delightful and very invested in sharing the history of the house, family, and area. A lot of care went into...More
If you see nothing else in Modesto, you have to see this place! It's a study on how a well-to-do family lived in the Valley, the decor and the furnishings are truly fabulous! You get a good feel on what is was like to make...More
A great tour, friendly docents, nice gift shop. I hadn't been to the Mansion in about 20 years so it was all new to me again! The best part was learning since then that Robert McHenry changed his name from Brewster to get out of...More
There is no senior discount because there is NOT a charge for visiting the mansion. it is FREE! It is especially beautiful during the holiday season. There is a 5$ charge for the candlelight tours, which includes a tour of... More
There is no senior discount because there is NOT a charge for visiting the mansion. it is FREE! It is especially beautiful during the holiday season. There is a 5$ charge for the candlelight tours, which includes a tour of the mansion with vignettes of period activities is many of the rooms, and a delicious dessert and beverage in the basement of the mansion at the conclusion of your tour. The mansion is lit by candlelight with docents in period dress. A wonderful holiday experience!