Maysonnave House

Maysonnave House

Recognizing the historical value of his 1910 cottage, Henri Maysonnave willed it to the City of Sonoma in 1989. The Sonoma League for Historic Preservation then secured a long-term lease from the City and in 2008 the League completed restoration of The Heritage Center at Maysonnave House. The building interior displays the furniture of 1920 and the gardens have been restored to the 1910 style. The League Survey of Historical Resources of Sonoma Valley and the Cochran Binders containing details of the properties in Sonoma Valley are available for research.

About this Establishment

The Sonoma League for Historic Preservation docents are available, on open days listed below or by appointment, to explain the history of the League and help research the architectural history of Sonoma Valley.

There are rotating exhibits,

Check the sonomaleague.org website for more information

Kathleen Hill- Kitchen tools featuring cheese graters(part of a rotating exhibit, changing themes every 3 months.

Barbara White Perry- pen and ink drawings of historic homes, barns and other buildings of Sonoma Valley.

Time Period Represented: 1910

Hours Open: Saturday 11am to 4pm

Visitor Fees: Free of charge

Seasons Open: All Year

Price Style for this Establishment: free

ADA Accessibility Notes
yes

Pet Friendly Notes
yes in garden

For More Information, Contact:

Nancy Simpson
http://sonomaleague.org/home.html
291 1st Street East, Sonoma , CA 95476
(707) 938-0169

 

Maysonnave House