Hill HouseThis turn-of-the-century Victorian is a must-see for history buffs and genealogy enthusiasts. Built and owned by George and Mary Hill, an early Lodi family, the Hill House is filled with many of the original family furnishings and artifacts. A docent will take you on a tour of this historical home while entertaining you with stories of the life and times of the Hill family.
Micke Grove ZooLocated in the heart of Micke Grove Regional Park, the Micke Grove Zoo is home to native and exotic species from all over the world, including several special status species such as the golden eagle, cotton-top tamarin, and black-and-white ruffed lemur. Beautiful exhibits take visitors on a journey through some of the most exotic places in the world, including the Tropical Forest Canopy, home to green iguanas and Prevost's squirrels, and the Island Lost in Time, featuring lemurs, geckos, cockroaches, and radiated tortoises from Madagascar.
San Joaquin County Historical Museum, located inside of Micke Grove Regional Park, reveals the fascinating history of the region. The museum has eight exhibition buildings, four historic buildings including the Charles Weber cottage and Calaveras School. The museum also features room dioramas of Weber family furnishings, a children’s gallery, and large displays of hand tools and agricultural equipment.
Lodi Serpentarium, where you will find over 50 different breeds of snakes and other reptiles. This unique museum has exotic reptiles such as bearded dragons, geckos, chameleons, mantella and horned frogs, emperor scorpions, tarantulas and various other creatures. While you’re visiting hold one for a picture...if you dare!