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Bartholomew Park Museum

1000 Vineyard Lane
Sonoma, CA 95476
Bartholomew Park Museum
The Bartholomew Park Museum provides fascinating insights into the property’s storied past. Curated displays reveal artifacts from the estate's 150- year spectrum, starting in 1857 when it was recognized as the birthplace of modern viticulture, pioneered by Hungarian nobleman Agoston Haraszthy and ending with the estate's present-day history as a pioneer in organic farming.

The exhibit also includes an extensive display of photos by Victorian photographer Eadweard Muybridge from his “A Vintage in California” series (1870-71) which provides a captivating chronicle of viticultural practices of that time. Paraphernalia and documents, including wall murals and agricultural tools from the last century, are on display.
Museum/Facility Hours Open: The museum and winery are open daily from 11 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Private guided tours can be arranged by calling 707-939-3026.
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