It's rare to get to step inside the house of a king, but, Kearney Mansion is the house built by the Raisin King, and, it reflects the early 1900 ethic, style and charm. Not a castle, but, not a bungalow, the house tells the story of an immigrant's dream for success, and how that dream was realized in the farming of grapes and other crops. As an early land developer and entrepreneur, M. Theo Kearney is one California character that everyone whould get to know through a tour of the Kearney Mansion. The grounds are beautiful, and the swooping hawks, owls and other raptors at dusk are breathtaking. The grounds are a delightful spot for a picnic or family gathering. If you live in the Central Valley, why haven't you been here? If you live in California, this place is a must-see!
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