Zalud House Museum
(559) 782-7548
393 N. Hockett St.
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: 10:00 AM- 4:00 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM- 4:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM- 4:00 PM
Sunday: Closed
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Location:393 N. Hockett St.
(559) 782-7548

Hours:
Thursdays - Saturday,
10am-4pm
*Closed 12/24 & 12/31 

(Closed the month of January)

Admission:
$3.00 Adults
$1.00 Children under 12

The Zalud House is a nostalgic glimpse into the past. 

Built in 1891, it is one of the few houses of that era that has not undergone remodeling. It has the mansard roof construction, which makes the house unique in its style of architecture.

From the time the house was built, only the Zalud family lived in the home. In fact, it is one of the few museums in the nation that is furnished entirely with the original owners' possessions.   The house was given to the City of Porterville by the Zalud families youngest daughter, Pearle, when she died in 1970.
The Zalud House is listed in the National Historical Registry of Old Houses and in the National Register of Historic Places. 

The Zalud Rose Garden is a wonderful setting for outdoor weddings.

Museum Alliance of Tulare-Kings Counties

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The historic Zalud House Museum is surrounded by a 1930's style rose garden that is perfect for a delightful outdoor wedding.

Garden Rental fees include use of the garden area, bridal room, kitchen, tables and chairs.  An on site officiate is also available upon request.  Champagne toasts are permitted, alcohol is not.

Rental Fees:
Rentals have a 2 hour minimum requirement.  All fees, including cleaning deposit, are due at the time of reservation.  To rent the Zalud House Garden, call (559) 791-7695 or visit our office at 15 E. Thurman Ave, Suite A.

Business Day  $51.00 per hour
Non-business Day $61.00 per hour
Cleaning Deposit $75.00*

(Cleaning deposit non-refundable if customer cancels)
 

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