Immerse yourself in Anaheim’s agricultural history at Founder’s Park and visit two impressive historic homes. The 1857 Mother Colony House is one of Anaheim’s earliest homes, and the Woelke-Stoffel House is a two-story Queen Anne built in 1894 during Anaheim’s citrus era. Visitors will enjoy expansive shade from the heritage Moreton Bay Fig tree while exploring park walkways and trails through a recreated 19th century landscape. Nearby, the windmill and orange grove demonstrate the vital relationship between water and agricultural prosperity. A vegetable garden, working water pump, clothesline and sundial supply opportunities for hands-on activities..