Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site, located in suburban Danville, California, was established as a memorial to Eugene O'Neill and a park for the performing arts and related education programs.
PARK MISSION GOALS
• To preserve the Tao House, courtyard and historic landscape in a representative scene of Eugene O'Neill's home during 1941.
• To provide interpretive opportunities for park visitors and other stakeholders to understand the national and international significance of Eugene O'Neill's artistic achievements.|
• To maintain park facilities and systems through safe and sustainable practices that compliments the historic resources.
Did You Know?
Bordered by regional park land, Eugene O’Neill National Historic Site remains an open greenbelt area, much like when the O’Neills themselves lived here. Don’t be surprised to see black tailed mule deer, coyotes, bobcats, red-tailed hawks, or wild turkeys during your visit!