The Casa Peralta is the City of San Leandro's historic house museum. Three descendants of the original land grant of Rancho San Antonio (ranging from the San Leandro Creek to the current-day City of El Cerrito) lived in the Casa. The home was remodeled in 1926 as a grand Spanish-style villa, with hand-painted tiles imported from Spain, that tell the story of Don Quixote.
The Casa Peralta is open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am to 3 pm. Volunteer docents lead visitors on free tours of the house and grounds. It is advisable to call ahead to verify the hours of operation on the day of your visit. For large groups or special tours, please call ahead to make arrangements prior to your visit.
The beautiful grounds of the Casa Peralta are available for rent for outdoor weddings or other social events. Renting space for events applies to the grounds only (yard and garden). Since the Casa Peralta is an historic landmark, the interior of the house is not available for use. However, there is a catering kitchen available.