The Cohen Bray House was completed in 1884. Alfred Henry Cohen married Emma Bray and they moved into the house created by both of their families as a wedding present. When you enter the front door you will be seeing the same furniture, wall coverings, pictures and objects that Emma and Alfred put into their new home 137 years ago. |
The house will be filled with holiday decorations. You will tour the first two floors of the house, sit down at the dining room table and be served tea by some of the descendants of Alfred and Emma.
Your time spent in this unique Oakland Historic Landmark will give you a brief glimpse of the 14 decades that one family spent in this unique house.
Warm Period clothing is encouraged. Please feel free to wear clothing from 1880- 1980. , th
Families are welcome. Children under 5 must be with an adult at all times. Please let us know if you have any questions. email@example.com.
Cohen Bray House requires proof of Covid19 vaccination and mask wearing inside the house.
Cohen Bray House (View)
1440 29th Ave
Oakland, CA 94601
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|
No wheelchair access. There are 7 broad stairs that allow you access to the first floor where, if you cannot use the stairs to the second floor you will receive an in-depth tour of the first floor. Please let us know if you would prefer to stay on the 1st floor.