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Eugene O'Neill National Historic Park
A noted historical landmark, the Eugene O'Neill National Historic Park is the preservation site of Tao House, the home of Nobel Prize-winning playwright Eugene O'Neill. Free shuttle service to the 13-acre site, is provided by the National Park Service from Danville.
From 1937 until 1944, the home was occupied by O'Neill and his wife. He wrote his final plays – The Iceman Cometh, Long Day's Journey Into Night, from inside the home. It's a premier Bay Area attraction.
Fundraising efforts by the Eugene O'Neill Foundation, prevented demolition of the house in the early 1970s. The site was declared a National Historic Site in 1971 and has been managed by the National Park Service since 1980.
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