At the Gibson House and property, we run high-quality, standards-based educational field trips led by our dedicated docents.  The house has been preserved to reflect the history of Yolo County and its diverse community. Students will get a glimpse of life in the late 19th and early 20th centuries through a guided tour and hands-on activities which include butter churning, corn husking, and art making.

To learn more or to book a field trip, contact Education Manager, Jenna Harris at jharris@yoloarts.org.

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County students learn local history at Gibson House

By SARAH DOWLING | sdowling@dailydemocrat.com | Woodland Daily Democrat Many of the students from North Davis Elementary School were concerned that the Gibson Mansion was haunted. The structure, built in 1857, carries a lot of Yolo County’s history and on Tuesday morning the mansion and grounds were opened up to the 3rd-grade class, who wore … Continued