The Oxnard Historic Farm Park

The Gottfried Maulhardtt / Albert Pfeiler Farm Site
Ventura County Landmark #165

Tuesdays and Saturdays
9am-12pm

By appointment
About Us

Our History!

As the pioneer settlement of the first farmers in the Oxnard Plain, the Oxnard Historic Farm Park is home to the two oldest buildings (the 1872 Farmhouse and the 1876 Winery) built by Gottfried Maulhardtt, a towering 1800s Canary Island Date Palm, an 1890s Carriage House, an 1870s spring wagon that once belonged to Johannes Borchard, two vineyards of 1880s Zinfandel Blanc grapes of cuttings from Santa Cruz Island, two 1903 lima bean threshers built by the Ventura Implement Company, 8 vintage tractors, plows and other farm implements, a lemon orchard, an avocado grove, and five historically representative gardens…oh, and that doesn’t even account for our numerous exhibitions of historic photos and farm implements that show the evolution of farming in the Oxnard Plain over the past three centuries!

Group 69 min

Upcoming Events

Spring 2023
Vintage Craft Fair
+ Food Trucks

Shop

Books can be purchased and picked up on-site during our operating hours or by appointment! So if you live nearby, stop in to save on shipping! All apparel is printed-on demand (No or low stock on-site).

1251 Gottfried Pl,
Oxnard, CA 93030

We’re located in Oxnard’s West Village neighborhood directly across the street from Norman R Brekke Elementary. From the 101, we are just off of Exit 61 – Rose Avenue! From the northbound exit, turn left on Rose (right from southbound), right onto Cesar Chavez Dr., then right onto Gottfried Pl—the park will be on your left!

Donation & Sponsorship Opportunities!

Visit Us!

If you’re looking for things to do in Oxnard, we’re a must-visit stop!

Site Address:

1251 Gottfried Place Oxnard, CA 93030

We’re regularly open from 9am-12pm Tuesdays and Saturdays, but if you’re in town outside of those hours and want to stop by, feel free to reach out and we’ll try to see if someone is available to show you around! We can’t wait to share this very important piece of history with you!

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