- Physical tickets are not issued for performances at the O’Neill Site. Once tickets are purchased online, your name/s will be on a check-in list upon arrival at the shuttle.
- Meet the National Park Service shuttle in front of the Museum of the San Ramon Valley at 205 Railroad Avenue, Danville at the corner of Prospect Ave.
- You do not need a reservation for the shuttle.
- Shuttles run approximately every 20 minutes, beginning one and a half hours before showtime. The final shuttle will depart the museum 30 minutes prior to the start of the performance.
- The length of the trip from the museum to the site is about 10 minutes.
- •One of the park service shuttles can accommodate wheelchairs. If you wish to discuss accessibility arrangements, contact the National Park Service at (925) 838-0249 x6320.
- Shuttles will return visitors to the Museum immediately following the performance. Shuttles run until all visitors have been returned.
- Visitors are welcome to bring picnics to the site. There are a limited number of picnic tables and very limited wash facilities (a portable sink).
- Light refreshments are sold during performances – water, wine, cookies, and sometimes coffee. No refreshments are available during regular visitation/non-performance times.
No food or drink is allowed inside Tao House
Touring Tao House:
- Tao House at the O’Neill Historic Site is open for self-guided tours one and a half hours prior to most performances. No guided tours are available during these times.
- No dogs are permitted in the house or the barn. Leashed dogs are permitted on the grounds.
- Visitors are allowed to take photographs of Tao House and the grounds.
- Photography is not allowed during performances.
- Photographs may not be used commercially without a permit from the National Park Service.
- Casual clothing is fine. Remember, you will be outdoors and in a barn.
- Check weather reports, it can get cold and windy up on the hill. We recommend dressing in layers even after a warm day.
Q: What is the Covid-19 protocol for the live performances?
A: The National Park Service and the Eugene O’Neill Foundation, Tao House comply with Covid-19 protocols at the time of in-person events. Masks are required ON THE SHUTTLE ONLY at this time. Live events still have reduced capacity seating.
Q: What happens if the performances are impacted by Covid-19 or other conditions?
A: Your well-being is important to us. If Covid-19 or other conditions make it impossible to present in-person performances safely, we will offer you an option of a refund or making a donation to the Foundation. View the full cancellation policy on our website HERE.
Q: Will there be reserved seats?
A: There will be general seating - come early for best seat. Bring a picnic and enjoy a visit before the perofmance!