Last Tour of 2023 at Steinbeck House Is This Weekend - 27 East

Last Tour of 2023 at Steinbeck House Is This Weekend

authorStaff Writer on Dec 5, 2023
The last scheduled public tour date for the Steinbeck House property in 2023 is Saturday afternoon, December 9. Tours are free to the public and advanced registration is required at... more

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