The First Mayor’s House, also known as the Harvey-Baker House, was one of the first buildings constructed in the new town of Salinas City. The House was home to the Harvey-Baker family for over 100 years before being restored to the 1870s era and established as a non-profit corporation. Today it is the oldest building in Salinas, serving as a history, art and cultural center for the community.
The First Mayor’s House, the front porch of Salinas, provides educational and cultural programs that showcase our history and the paths that have led us to the present. (Adopted June 2020)
Normal operations include: First Friday, Open Houses (Thursday, Friday & Saturday), Gallery openings, school visits by 3rd and 5th grade elementary students and Special events.
Fall Field trips will begin in 2021 following guidelines set by Monterey County Office of Education. Please check out our online resources for teachers, students and the community. Virtual tours, videos for students, and supplemental activities for teachers are all included.
Teachers, are you interested in bringing your students? Please check-out our information video below.
Location : 20 Station Place (off West Market Street) to the right of the Amtrak Station.
Mailing address: 820 Park Row #715, Salinas, CA 93901
Phone: 831 214-8661
THURSDAY-SATURDAY: 10AM-2PM, September to December 2021
Beginning in September, we will again offer private tours for your group. Email us at email@example.com for more information.
For information about using our space for your private function, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org