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Clayton Historical Society and Museum

Clayton, California
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Clayton Gardens Tour 
25th Annual!
Saturday & Sunday
May 6th & 7th, 2017
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Rain or Shine!
Ticket Prices:
$30 per person in advance
$35 per person day of event

Buy Tickets!


Tickets are for sale at the Museum during the event.





 Frequently Asked Questions                                                                                

Where can I buy a ticket?


How much does the ticket cost?

Each ticket is $30 per person with an advance purchase and $35 the day of the event.
Why don’t I get an actual ticket in advance?
The brochure you receive at will-call at the Museum the day of the tour is your ticket.
What are the transportation arrangements?
The tour is self-guided. You will receive a map at the museum the day of the tour when you pick up your brochure. There are yellow signs with green arrows directing you to the gardens. All of the gardens are usually within a 1-5 mile radius of the Museum.
If it rains, do I get a refund?
No, the tours will go on, rain or shine. View Weather Forecast
Are there restroom facilities available?
Restrooms are available in Clayton’s new park, The Grove, which is across the street from the Museum.
What’s the deal with these items for sale?
Companies and individuals have donated unique items to the Society which are on display at the Museum on Gardens Tour days. Write your name and telephone number on the back of each ticket you purchase and put the ticket in the bag representing the prize you are interested in winning. (You may want to bring pre-printed address labels to place on your tickets.) Drawing winners will be notified by shortly after the event.  Prizes must be claimed at the Museum within one week.
Where can I eat lunch or dinner in Clayton
Within Clayton’s city limits are Ed’s Mudville Grill, LaVeranda Café, Moresi's Chophouse, Skipolini's Pizza, Johnny's International Deli, Cup o' Joe, Subway, Canesa's Brooklyn Deli, Country Waffles, Sweet Bakery, JJ’s Hawaiian BBQ, Casa Gourmet Burritos or you can get a deli sandwich at Safeway and eat in The Grove, Clayton’s downtown city park.