Fremont is unique. The Mission San José is one of an array of catholic buildings scattered across the state that was ordained way back in 1797 , by the Spaniard Father Fermin de Lasuen. It is located about 15 miles northeast of the Pueblo of San Jose, near the foot of Mission Peak. And although it sustained damage in a 19th-century earthquake the exquisite whitewashed adobe church was faithfully restored.

A blast from the past of a different kind can be found at Ardenwood Historic Farm. Very little has changed at this working farm in more than a century as the same crops are grown and harvested in the same way they were in the 1800s.

In 2014 a new infographic was released showing Fremont’s role in the on-shoring of manufacturing.

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